Marines at Camp Lejeune Get a Home Theater Surprise from Crestron  
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Tuesday, 10 February 2009

The Wounded Warriors Battalion East, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina received a welcomed surprise – Creston’s donation of a home theater for the 130 wounded and recovering marines who are staying there.  The donation was made through the Creston Eagles Program, which was created in order to bring comfort and entertainment to wounded soldiers.

Creston and partners donated the following to the Wounded Warriors: a Creston Adagio system, CEN IDOC iPod interface, 52-inch plasma HDTV, TPMC-8X Isys i/O WiFi touchpanel, Triad speakers & stands, an LG Blu-Ray Disc player, a Velodyne subwoofer and Marshall custom cabinets.

Creston president George Feldstein, the founder of the Creston Eagles Program, was overwhelmed at the number of installers and programmers who have contacted him requesting to help with the next installation. The Creston Eagles Program has already installed home theaters at Walter Reid and Camp Legeune, and are looking to do the next two installations at Bethesda Naval Hospital and the Wounded Warriors Battalion West at Camp Legeune.

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