Southwest Audio Visual Grand Opening Celebration

Southwest Audio Visual owners Jim Diez and Bill Kauzlarich with Solana Beach Mayor Joe Kellejian (center).

The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce, friends, family and community all came out to support Southwest Audio Visual. Its newly designed showroom represents an amazing home entertainment system and shows how you can control almost anything in your home from your smartphone, Ipad, or computer. They hosted the event on Sept. 20 and offered, food, drinks, home automation demonstrations and showed the unlimited possibilities of home automation.  Solana Beach Mayor, Joe Kellijian and his wife, Mary Kellejian,  were both on hand to congratulate the owners, Jim Diez and Bill Kauzlarich.

For more information, visit or call them at 858-324-1704. They are located at 253 S. Coast Highway in Solana Beach.

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