Ultimate Ears Gives to Lennon Bus

April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p84
In a brief donation presentation, performer Mindy Harvey, president of Ultimate Ears (Las Vegas), donated Ultimate Ears personal monitors, including the UE-10Pros, to the John Lennon Education Tour Bus' road crew, where they had just pulled into a high school to engineer a professional-quality recording session.


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