As an audio sponsor for West Coast Customs Academy, BOSS Audio is excited to bring its extensive product range and expertise to the students’ fingertips.
OXNARD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 24, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — Southern California’s BOSS Audio Systems and West Coast Customs Academy are teaming up to empower the next generation of automotive customization professionals.
West Coast Customs, renowned for its exclusive and high-profile celebrity car builds, has opened its doors to budding automotive industry enthusiasts through the West Coast Customs Academy. As an audio sponsor for the academy, BOSS Audio Systems is excited to bring its extensive product range and expertise to the students’ fingertips.
For over three decades, BOSS Audio Systems has led the car audio industry, delivering over 500 high-quality, affordable, and user-friendly products worldwide. BOSS Audio offers an extensive range of products from full-range speakers and tweeters to subwoofers and multimedia players.
Students will enjoy the unique opportunity to explore every facet of a car build, including painting, electricity, fabrication, upholstery, design, and beyond. With access to BOSS Audio’s product lineup, this partnership will provide West Coast Customs Academy students with the ultimate education in the art of vehicle customization.
“We are thrilled to have BOSS Audio Systems on board as our audio sponsor, providing our students with world-class audio solutions,” says Lorenzo Strong, VP of Sales/Brand Partnerships for West Coast Customs.
The future of vehicle customization education is bright. Stay tuned for exciting developments as the partnership unfolds.
About BOSS Audio Systems:
BOSS Audio Systems has been at the forefront of car audio and video products for over 30 years, delivering quality, affordable, and user-friendly audio solutions for various industries, including car, power sports, marine, and motorcycle.
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