Sound Leisure has signed a deal with the iconic Eds Easy Diner chain for the supply of a large number of American-styled dime boxes for their restaurants. Eds currently operates 24 diners in the UK and has a rapid rollout plan mapped out over the next two years.
This significant order for Sound Leisure’s Classic Division comes hot on the heels of two of the largest orders for digital jukeboxes placed within the industry in recent years. “We have certainly got 2014 off to an excellent start and it is testament to the excellent team, depth of knowledge and facilities that we have at Sound Leisure,” says Managing Director Chris Black.
Andrew Guy, the Chief Executive of Eds Easy Diner, commented, “We approached Sound Leisure to see if it was possible to recreate the look and feel of an original 50′s diner selector, however although we wanted to replicate the original units we also required them digitizing, to allow us to control the music ambience within the site.
Sound Leisure has done a fantastic job recreating these units and I cannot believe that there is another company in the UK that could have recreated such a quality reproduction.
Sound Leisure has done a fantastic job recreating these units and I cannot believe that there is another company in the UK that could have recreated such a quality reproduction. Based on the in-house expertise at Sound Leisure we have instructed them to not only supply all of our new sites but to also visit our existing sites and bring them up to the new specification,” he added.
Colin Vernon from Sound Leisure commented, “It has been a pleasure working with the team at Eds Easy Diner. This project has really sparked interest within the company and has drawn on the experience, skills and knowledge from the different divisions found within the business. Not only will we be supplying Eds with Diner selectors, we have also been instructed to manufacture a large quantity of teardrop speakers for the sites and our own installation teams will be pre-wiring and installing these along with the sound amplification nationally.”