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MOBIL SURROUND-SOUND THEATER WITH DIGITAL AUDIO AND VIDEO TO OPEN DOORS TONIGHT TO PARTIALLY HEARING-IMPAIRED SAN DIEGO STUDENTS

MOBIL SURROUND-SOUND THEATER WITH DIGITAL AUDIO AND VIDEO TO OPEN
 DOORS TONIGHT TO PARTIALLY HEARING-IMPAIRED SAN DIEGO STUDENTS
 WHAT: More than 100 partially hearing-impaired youths from San Diego schools will be special guests at a private barbecue and demonstration of a $1 million surround-sound theater on wheels. The mobile theater uses the latest in high-technology consumer electronics and allows students to actively participate in this "body-shaking" experience.
 WHEN: Today
 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
 WHERE: Budweiser Cup on Mission Bay -- Vendor Expo
 Kenwood Tour de Force Exhibit
 East Vacation Isle -- Ingraham Street entrance
 WHO: The Deaf Community Services of San Diego and Kenwood U.S.A. Corp. have combined forces to provide a fun and unique evening for youths who are usually unable to appreciate the technological advances that regularly transpire in the home-entertainment industry.
 WHY: As an exhibitor at the Vendor Expo, Kenwood will display their 48-foot customized Tour de Force informational unit, which will be open free of charge to the general public during the day (not Friday evening) for the entire weekend. The Tour de Force contains a fully digitized surround-sound theater environment that will hopefully allow many of the youths to briefly enjoy the technologies that most people take for granted. As a fund raiser for the group, Kenwood has donated 500 Tour de Force T-shirts for Deaf Community Services to sell at the site on Saturday and Sunday.
 CONTACT: Jane Newkirk of Deaf Community Services of San Diego Inc., 800-735-2922; or Lynn Hackman of Freeman/McCue, (at the La Jolla Marriott) 619-587-1414, or Freeman/McCue Public Relations, 714-557-3663, for Kenwood.
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CO: Kenwood Tour de Force; La Jolla Marriott; Deaf Community
 Services of San Diego Inc. ST: California IN: SU:


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