MITO Corp., a leading distributor in premium electronics, has entered into a partnership with Stag-Parkway (STAG) to increase distribution of the WiFiRanger Sky to United States’ and Canada’s vast dealer network. WiFiRanger Sky, a BlueMesh Networks WiFi router, combines waterproof engineering with signal-boosting technology for the best outdoor connection.
The partnership allows MITO to continue to supply manufacturers in the RV, marine and truck industries with STAG serving WiFiRanger’s growing aftermarket dealer needs. With 12 warehouses, five customer service call centers and one technical call center, STAG has been fulfilling the RV supply chain since 1968.
In addition to fulfillment, STAG offers a number of merchandising and marketing solutions for dealers’ aftermarket needs, including innovative direct mail and web marketing solutions.
“They’re a great company for us to partner with,” said Rod Hire, Product Manager for MITO Corporation. “They’re a one-stop shop for dealers, and this relationship allows us to get our product into the hands of our target market.”
Tom Probst, Product Director at STAG, couldn’t agree more. With STAG’S next-day delivery to over 97% of America’s RV dealerships, WiFiRanger immediately gains nationwide awareness through STAG.
Overall, paired with MITO’s Elkhart distribution facility, central to most of the nation’s RV manufacturers, the partnership strengthens WiFiRanger’s availability to RVers.
A hot commodity for travelers, WiFiRanger Sky has proven to be a great aftermarket RV product. Touted as a device that “takes WiFi to new heights,” the Sky strengthens any accessible WiFi signal, allowing RVers to blast past large downloads, stream videos and browse the web, even without being impeded by a low signal. And unlike other routers, the WiFiRanger Sky can broadcast a separate, secure signal while receiving a public WiFi hotspot — all without being confined to one location.
“More RVers are relying on wireless connectivity to enhance the RV lifestyle,” Probst said. “Dealers who intend to market full-service solutions to the end user need to stock WiFiRanger.”
To learn more about WiFiRanger Sky and its capabilities, view the digital brochure at http://mito-em.com/wifiranger-
Dealers must be a STAG dealer to source RV parts, including the WiFiRanger Sky. Dealer signup can be done online at http://stagparkway.com/Dealer-
MITO Corp., a leading distributor in premium electronics, has entered into a partnership with NTP Distribution Inc. to increase distribution of the WiFiRanger Sky, according to a press release. WiFiRanger Sky, a BlueMesh Networks WiFi router, combines waterproof engineering with signal-boosting technology for the best outdoor connection.
The partnership allows MITO to continue to supply manufacturers in the RV, marine and truck industries with NTP serving WiFiRanger’s aftermarket dealer needs. With five strategically located warehouses stocked and over 17,500 parts and accessories, NTP has been fulfilling the RV supply chain since 1962.
In addition to fulfillment, NTP offers a number of merchandising and marketing solutions for dealers’ aftermarket needs, including an online ordering system.
“They’re the complete package — a one-stop shop for dealers,” said Rod Hire, the WiFiRanger Product Manager for MITO Corporation. “Partnering with NTP is the best way to reach more of our target market.”
Paired with MITO’s Elkhart distribution facility, central to most of the nation’s RV manufacturers, the partnership strengthens WiFiRanger’s availability.
“The addition of the WiFiRanger to the NTP product offering is one more item that our dealers can offer their customers that is not available from most other sources,” said Jeff Schlegel, operations category manager for Keystone Automotive Operations, parent to NTP.
The WiFiRanger Sky strengthens any accessible WiFi signal, allowing RVers to blast past large downloads, stream videos and browse the web, even without being impeded by a low signal. The WiFiRanger Sky can also broadcast a separate, secure signal while receiving a public WiFi hotspot — all without being confined to one location.
“WiFiRanger’s ability to find and boost a WiFi signal is critical for today’s connected consumers. The ability to provide a secure and strong connection is essential for travelers who need to check in without the worry of intrusion into their personal network,” Schlegel said. “Installation is simple. Connecting your devices is even simpler, and tech support is available wherever and whenever you need it.”
To learn more about WiFiRanger Sky and its capabilities, view the digital brochure at http://mito-em.com/wifiranger-
To diversify its brand presence and explore new markets, Seiki Digital Inc. announced a partnership with MITO Corp. of Elkhart, Ind., a leading distributor of premium electronics, to deliver flat-panel displays to the RV market.
According to a press release, Seiki will provide a lineup of display sizes specified for RV use ranging from 20- to 60-inch LED HD TVs. Seiki and MITO will offer the screens directly to RV manufacturers for the 2014 model year.
“The MITO partnership is an exciting chapter in Seiki’s story in the U.S. market,” said Frank Kendzora, executive vice president Tongfang Global, Inc., for Seiki Digital brand. “Together with MITO, we are confident that we will deliver high-quality HD displays that deliver great picture and sound and specifically engineered to meet the demands of RV use.”
“We are honored and excited to enter this partnership with Seiki,” said Dan Maloney, vice president of sales for MITO. “With Seiki’s commitment to the RV industry and MITO’s commitment to world-class service, we are confident that we can not only deliver the best LED HD TV and sound bar value to the industry, but also be on the leading edge of affordable 4K Ultra HD technology.”
For all of its LED HD TV models, Seiki offers a comprehensive one-year replacement warranty through MITO and its U.S.-based technical support at (855) MY-SEIKI.
For additional information visit www.seiki.com.
Clarion Corp. of America (CCA) announced the appointment of Elkhart, Ind.-based MITO Corp. as its national distributor for the marine industry, effective June 1.
A veteran marine electronics manufacturer for nearly two decades, Clarion carries a full product line of marine multimedia products built to endure the harsh marine environment.
“Clarion is excited about expanding our relationship with MITO Corp.,” says Frank Pierce, vice president, aftermarket division. “We look forward to working with MITO to further develop and strengthen our presence in the marine market.”
“We are excited to be teaming up with Clarion to provide the Marine OEM industry with state of the art marine audio, video and speaker solutions,” said Dan Maloney, vice president of sales for MITO Corp., a distributor of electronic components to the RV, bus and marine markets. “Clarion has built a solid reputation in this industry, and we are very pleased to become part of that.”
Elkhart, Ind.-based MITO Corp. announced the addition of Drew Fizer to the OEM sales team. According to a press release, Fizer’s primary responsibilities will be RV and commercial bus manufacturers.
Fizer comes to MITO with several years experience selling to OEMs with a back ground in electrical components.
“Drew has a track record of success in building relationships and increasing sales,” said Ora Freeman, MITO director of OEM sales. “He will be a tremendous asset to our team and builds on the foundation of success that we’ve had at MITO.”
“We are very pleased to have Drew join our team,” said Dan Maloney, MITO vice president of sales. “The experience and industry relationships he brings to MITO will add momentum to our efforts in the commercial bus and specialty vehicle markets.”
Fizer can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. MITO is a distributor of electronic components to the RV, bus and marine markets carrying a variety of brands including Panasonic, Vizio, Clarion, Alpine and Kicker.
With high demand for an all-in-one, unified network solution for recreational vehicles, MITO Corp. has partnered with BlueMesh Networks to provide factory-installed WiFiRanger OEM mobile routers in leading RV and coach manufacturer offerings.
The WiFiRanger OEM mobile router is expressly designed for RVs. The WiFiRanger OEM kit, coupling the WiFiRanger and WFRBoost accessory package, provides a complete networking solution, including the WiFiRanger router, the externally roof-mounted WFRBoost receiver, and the internally wall-mounted power distribution and USB charging station.
“Providing a consistent, reliable network for devices in RVs and coaches is imperative to simplifying their use,” said Kelly Hogan, CEO of BlueMesh Networks. “The factory-installed WiFiRanger product will improve the ability of coach owners to ensure that all their devices share a common network, increase security, and improve usability of all devices while operating on a mobile broadband connection or using public WiFi. We are honored to have MITO Corp. as a valued supplier to the RV and coach manufacturer market.”
The WiFiRanger was created by BlueMesh Networks to serve the needs of RVers. It simplifies keeping all internet-ready devices in an RV connected to a private network, regardless of the internet source, whether Aircards or WiFi.
“WiFiRanger is by far the best all-in-one, unified network solution available today, and MITO Corp. is pleased to be the RV distributor for WiFiRanger,” said Rod Hire, product manager of MITO. “We are excited to be aligned with our partners at BlueMesh Networks, and look forward to a long-lasting relationship with their team of committed wireless experts for years to come. Offering this type of cutting-edge technology to our RV OEM customers will allow RV owners the ability to enjoy use of all their wireless devices no matter where they are.”
Alpine Electronics of America Inc. recently announced that it is working with MITO Corp. to supply select source units for RV manufacturers, according to a press release.
MITO Corp., founded in 1974 and based in Elkhart, Ind., specializes in supplying products to the RV industry. Under this partnership, MITO will be a distributor for select Alpine CD receivers and audio/video/navigation (AVN) systems for the RV industry in the U.S. The Alpine products will be offered as standard equipment (or optional equipment, depending on the model) in the RV brands that are served by MITO.
“Alpine is looking forward to a productive partnership with MITO Corporation,” said Mike Anderson, assistant vice president, sales, Alpine Electronics. “We hope to learn from MITO’s expertise in the RV industry so we can better serve the needs of RV enthusiasts.”
“We are thrilled with the opportunity to become a strategic partner with Alpine Electronics,” said Dan Maloney, vice president, sales, MITO Corp. “With our customers’ increased demands for quality, we feel that the Alpine products will be a great fit for many years to come.”
Members of the RV industry who want to learn about the Alpine products are invited to contact Rod Hire, Product Manager, MITO Corporation at (888) 433-6486, or may visit www.mito-oem.com.
DIRECTUS, a Tatmar Technologies company based in Linden, Mich., and industry leader in 12-volt automotive and mobile electronics, has announced the appointment of MITO Corp. as the exclusive partner for the award winning Prodigy One system for the RV, marine, school bus, transit bus, tour bus, specialty vehicle, custom golf cart, van conversion and linousine industries.
With this appointment, MITO will begin supplying DIRECTUS Prodigy One systems to several RV manufactures and OEM specialty customizers throughout North America, according to a news release.
The Prodigy Series of systems is the first multifunctional automotive grade plug and play device that brings navigation, safety, connectivity and entertainment into one device, utilizing the capable Windows CE operating system. The Prodigy One allows users to have a single navigation, media and information source within a small, compact unit that integrates easily into many OEM and entertainment aftermarket radio or mirror display systems that are standard equipment on recreational vehicles.
“Joining forces with MITO Corp. is another huge strategic partnership for DIRECTUS,” said DIRECTUS CEO Brad Chapple. “This is a whole new industry vertical for DIRECTUS and having a partner like MITO who has been a leading supplier and has a long standing history in this market is a great move for all.”
DIRECTUS released the Prodigy One Series at the 2010 SEMA show, winning the coveted “SEMA Best New Mobile Electronics Product” award for 2011.
“Prodigy One will bring a whole new level of functionality to RV customers that want to add features and functionality that have not been available within the RV industry in the past,” stated Chapple.
“We are proud to be aligned with such an innovative product line for our industry,” said Dan Maloney, vice president of sales at MITO. “DIRECTUS will provide many sought after solutions including multiple touch screen monitors allowing the copilot full control of the navigation system.”
MITO Corp. is a 35-year-old company that supplies high-quality electronic products and accessories to the OEM RV, marine and specialty vehicle industries.
They can be contacted by phone (888-433-6486) or over the Internet at http://www.mito-OEM.com.
Mito Corp. announced it has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with VIZIO Inc. for the rights to supply the VIZIO lineup of LCD televisions to the RV industry.
VIZIO Inc., headquartered in Irvine, Calif.,, skyrocketed to the top in the consumer electronics industry by becoming the No. 1 selling brand of flat panel HDTVs in North America and became the first American brand in over a decade to lead major categories in U.S. TV sales. Since 2007 VIZIO HDTV shipments remain in the top ranks in the U.S. and are again No. 1 in Q1, 2009 with over 20% market share.
VIZIO is committed to bringing feature-rich flat panel televisions to market at a value through practical innovation. VIZIO offers a broad range of award-winning LCD HDTVs, including the new XVT series. VIZIO has won numerous awards including a No. 1 ranking in the Inc. 500 for Top Companies in Computers and Electronics, Good Housekeeping’s Best Big-Screens, CNET’s Top 10 Holiday Gifts and PC World’s Best Buy among others.
Elkhart, Ind.-based MITO Corp. supplies electronic products such as LCD TV, BluRay, car audio, GPS navigation devices, rear observation systems, cameras and monitors to the OEM RV, specialty vehicle, bus and marine industries.
For more information, visit the MITO website at www.mito-oem.com.
For detailed information on VIZIO products, visit on the web at www.vizio.com.