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Logic Integration, Shawn Hansson win Prestigious Award at CES 2020

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Shawn Hansson, CEO and Founder of Logic Integration is the recipient of the 2020 Consumer Technology Association’s Annual Leadership Award. The award recognizing Hansson’s contributions and accomplishments to the technology industry was presented at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The Lone Tree based business works nationally with government, commercial and residential clients, designing and implementing automated A/V systems. The high-tech applications include a range of audio, video, lighting and environmental controls. While their client base contains some of the biggest names in business, Logic Integration keeps a community perspective working with the local companies including the Cognizant, Air Methods, City of
Lone Tree, Native American Bank, and more.

Hansson, a long-time advocate of smart home technology, credits his Colorado based team for the recognition. Aside from bringing state-of-the-art solutions to his clients, he utilizes the success of the business for local community and volunteer work. Logic has also been voted “Best AV Company Colorado” for 4 years in a row.

CES 2020 isn’t the first time Logic Integration has been in the international spotlight. The company has been awarded many awards over the years starting their first two CES awards in 2016.

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