July 2010
Music Trades;Jul2010, Vol. 158 Issue 6, p102
The article profiles U.S. Music Corp., a Chicago, Illinois-based distributor of musical instruments and equipment. It notes that U.S. Corp., which has been acquired by JAM Industries in August 2009, has increased its investment for marketing to improve margin potential and market popularity of Washburn, Parker, and Randall guitars. It also mentions the plans and collaboration of U.S. Music Corp. to further market performance.


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