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Mississauga, ON, Canada, June, 2020 – TOA Canada Corporation, a commercial audio and security equipment manufacturer, understands that the landscape of Audio/Video products and solutions is ever changing and becoming more and more dependent on the “One System” design. Throughout this evolution, integration between manufactures has become a key factor is the success of many products. TOA continues to work with their Technology Partners and other manufacturers to ensure that our equipment can integrate well with other systems.

Kramer Electronics produces one of the most popular systems to control A/V equipment and their controllers work seamlessly with TOA Mixers and DSP’s. “We believe that this information needs to be disseminated to our dealers and end users across Canada” said Product Support Manager Mike Venner,” It’s a key advantage we have that allows our equipment too easily integrate with the Kramer Control System.” When selecting Kramer Control as the “brains” of you’re A/V system, users have access to drivers for the following TOA products,

- 9000M2 Mixer/Amplifier series.

- M-864D Multi Channel Digital Mixer

- D-901 Digital Mixer

Integrating TOA products with Kramer Control is easy. With the control drivers accessible through Kramer Control Programming Software, there is no need to build a long list of product drivers on programming PCs. In addition, these drivers are fully created and supported by Kramer so you can count on easy integration.

The Kramer Control system displays an intuitive and easy to use interface that is very versatile to control TOA’s equipment. The individual now has full access to operate and adjust the systems audio commands on the TOA equipment through the Kramer control panel. This is especially convenient when operating our high functioning 9000M2 series amplifier that has many capabilities.

Our company strives to provide the A/V market the capabilities to use our reliable equipment in all types of projects. Kramer realizes the value of having TOA’s products integrate well with their solutions and continues to develop the drivers to allow this.

 
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Montréal, May 28th, 2020 - Moët Hennessy in Canada has launched a national program entitled Coming Together to support its local partners during the pandemic. Due to COVID-19, the hospitality sector has been heavily impacted, and the livelihood of bartenders, restauranteurs and service staff has been uprooted as they navigate this new reality.  As part of the food and beverage community, Moët Hennessy in Canada is supporting its partners through their Coming Together initiative withThe Maison Hennessy donating $50,000 CAD to the Bartenders Benevolent Fund, in recognition of the hardships the hospitality community is currently facing.

“The Maison Hennessy is proud to support the Bartenders Benevolent Fund as it directly benefits the community we are a part of,” says Veronique Gonneville, national communications director of Moët Hennessy in Canada. “The non-profit organization was created by industry members to benefit bartenders, servers and front of house support staff in the hospitality industry across Canada.”

The national Coming Together program is a multi-faceted campaign aimed at supporting the hospitality community through local and national initiatives that will continue throughout 2020.

Coming Together with Moët Hennessy in Canada is our way to thank our friends in the food and beverage industry that have supported us in immeasurable ways,” says Alexis de Calonne, managing director of Moët Hennessy in Canada. “We know that many of our partners are facing unprecedented challenges at this time, and we are committed to being there for them, both with unique initiatives and financial donations.”

Campaign elements include:

  • #HENNESSYMYWAY – The Maison Hennessy is committed to supporting its mixology community as part of a global initiative titled, #HENNESSYMYWAY. Fifty Canadian bartenders will be engaged to showcase their mixology skills and will be offered a direct donation of $500 CAD and a branded Hennessy gift package. Bartenders will share a 30-second social media video showcasing how they enjoy Hennessy their way for a chance to be featured on Hennessy.com.
  • The Coming Together Cocktail ProjectMoët Hennessy in Canadawill support its trade partners through a national initiative titled, “The Coming Together Cocktail Project” featuring cocktail recipes from Canada’s top 50 mixologists. In addition to providing remuneration to participants, the initiative aims to raise funds via the sale of a high-gloss coffee table or digital magazine, which will be available at key retailers across Canada later this year, with all proceeds benefiting the Canadian cocktail creators.
  • Coming Together Instagram Live Cocktail Sessions To inspire creativity and at-home mixology, Moët Hennessy in Canada is hosting weekly Coming Together Instagram Live cocktail sessions educating social media audiences on the essentials of cocktail making with brand ambassador Sabrine Dhaliwal and a special guest joining each week. Moët Hennessy will make a charitable donation to each guest’s charity of choice. Cocktail sessions take place every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. PST on Sabrine’s Instagram page: @sabrinedhaliwal
  • Restaurant & Catering PartnershipsTo support local trade partners, Moët Hennessy in Canada is designing bespoke consumer packages and promotions to create memorable at-home experiences featuring elements like virtual tastings, surprise guests and more.

The most recent collaboration with byPeterandPauls.com features luxurious at-home dining experiences that include a virtual product tasting component with a Moët Hennessy brand ambassador. Partial proceeds will support select Canadian charities and their efforts during COVID-19.

For more information about the national Coming Together campaign, follow along and use hashtag #ComingTogether.

 

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