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Accessory Power has provided GOgroove AudiOHM earbuds to The Fender Music Foundation to be given to donors of $100 or more at The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Anaheim, California.  The show takes place between Thursday, Jan. 24th and Sunday, Jan. 27th 2013. Accessory Power will have a representative at their table on Friday and Saturday to talk about the Foundation’s message and how other companies can also work to support music education.

“We are delighted to support The Fender Music Foundation at The NAMM Show,” said Dan Erickson, Business Development at Accessory Power.  “Their outreach has made a difference in the lives of thousands of people across the country and we hope collaborative efforts such as these will help reach thousands more.”

Released in October 2012, the AudiOHM iDX and DX are noise-cancelling, ergonomic earbuds with silicone ear gels to provide comfort and support.  AudiOHM iDX models additionally include an integrated microphone and button for hands free calling, audio playback and voice assistant control.  All include a 3-year warranty.

Accessory Power has partnered with The Fender Music Foundation to raise awareness of the importance of music education. The company’s commitment to the Foundation can be seen in its informative packaging and educational pamphlets about FMF with select GOgroove Audio speakers and headphones.  Additionally, Accessory Power is donating a portion of the net proceeds from these items to Fender Music Foundation’s efforts.

The NAMM Show is the world’s largest music products trade show.  Founded in 1901, it takes place annually in Anaheim. This year’s show will include over 95,000 attendees from more than 90 countries. The Fender Music Foundation will be located within Fender Musical Instruments Corporation’s section on Level 3, between booth 300 and 304.

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