Mitsubishi’s Rolling Showroom Arrives in Perris on October 6, 2007

Newest 1080p HDTVs arrive in stunning new 53-foot big rig mobile marketing trailer loaded with high-tech gear.

Perris, CA, October 05, 2007 --( Woodwork Creations will host the local debut of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s rolling showroom on Saturday, October 6, 2007. It’s the first appearance for the 53-foot big rig trailer, which nearly doubles in width to 24 feet to create a 1000-square-foot showroom filled with the latest high-definition DLP® and flat panel televisions.

More than 2000 people are expected to tour the mobile showroom, and Woodwork Creations plans to offer instant rebates ranging from $200 to $500 to customers who purchase a new Mitsubishi TV during the event.

On display will be more than a dozen 1080p HDTVs, including Mitsubishi’s award-winning SuperSlim LCD flat panel and large screen HDTVs with DLP® technology that deliver maximum picture in minimum space. Incorporating Mitsubishi’s innovative UltraThin Frame™ design, the sets’ frame width is less than one inch wide, so a 46-inch LCD flat panel is only 42 inches wide and sleekly fits into a space equal to or smaller than the typical 42-inch plasma set. The TVs are also thinner and lighter: A 73-inch set weighs less than 100 pounds and has a depth of less than 18 inches, taking up less space than a 46-inch plasma TV on a base.

Mitsubishi’s rolling showroom will open on Sunday, October 6th, starting at 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Woodwork Creations is located at 134 Malbert Street in Perris, CA. For more information call 866-788-4388.


Jennifer Ferguson or Don Edwards
Woodwork Creations
888-201-Wood (9663)

Fun Facts about the Mitsubishi Electric Mobile Marketing Trailer

Size: 53’ X 28’, not including a 30’ sleeper cab

Features: Mobile Internet, satellite dish, FFP LCD TVs, Blue-ray, X-Box, DLPs, media center hard-drives.

Estimated miles per year: 50,000

Cities it will visit: 30

Special Events: Trade shows, PGA TOUR events, selected retailers

Cost: $800,000

Capacity: 60

People needed to manage it: 2

How it stays cool: Three, five-ton refrigeration systems
Woodwork Creations
Jennifer Ferguson