The Sound Room Celebrates the Big Game with Prizes

The Sound Room Celebrates the Big Game with Prizes

It’s time to bust out your foam finger and nacho dip, because it’s time for the big game! The NFL season is about to come to an end with its championship game and that means big game parties will be in full swing. If you are looking to upgrade your TV for the big game, why not add a little extra excitement with the chance to win a FREE TV from The Sound Room. If the first or second half kickoff is returned for a touchdown, everyone will receive a complete refund on their TV purchased between January 13th and February 5th. And we will be also awarding prizes of $500 cash if there is a punt return for a touchdown, any other kickoff return for a touchdown, a 50 yard or greater field goal, any fumble recovery for a touchdown, and any interception returned for a touchdown. But to receive these prizes you must buy your TV from The Sound Room between January 13th and February 5th.  Below are some of the qualifying events that have happened over the past ten years along with the official rules. XXXV 2001 (Ravens – Giants) BAL- TD: Duane Starks 49 yard interception return NY – TD: Ron Dixon 97 yard kickoff return BAL – TD: Jermaine Lewis 84 yard kickoff return XXXVI 2002 (Rams – Patriots) STL – FG: Jeff Wilkins 50 yards NE – TD: Ty Law 47 yard interception return XXXVII 2003 (Raiders – Buccaneers) TB – TD: Dwight Smith 44 yard interception return TB – TD: Derrick Brooks 44 yard interception return TB – TD: Dwight Smith 50...
St. Louis Loses a Pioneer of the A/V Industry

St. Louis Loses a Pioneer of the A/V Industry

It is not often you can describe your competition as friendly, but that is the relationship we shared with Ron Blifford, president of Hi-Fi Fo-Fum. Always a unique character, Ron helped pioneer the specialty audio business in St. Louis. Our team at The Sound Room would like to express our deepest sympathies on the passing of Ron. The Sound Room’s relationship with Ron spans to 1978, where David Young, president of The Sound Room first met him while working at another A/V store. Opinionated and fun, Ron spent years in Hawaii. He embraced the Hawaiian culture and dressed the part, even when back in St. Louis. In fact, one of our fondest memories of Ron took place when a Sound Room staff member mistook him for a Hi-Fi Fo-Fum installer, because of the way he was dressed. But the truth is Ron wouldn’t have had it any other way. He was an everyday person and lived life to the fullest, and he will be truly...