Khaos Audio looks to create ‘boom’
Published 12:13 pm Monday, August 3, 2009
By By Chandler Myers
One of Atmore’s newest businesses is more than just an audio sales store with the owner opening his doors to the youth of community to keep them out of trouble.
Khaos Audio, which opened its doors during the month of June, is owned by James Fuller who wants his business not only to help the city’s economy, but its younger citizens as well.
Fuller said he believes his business could help reduce the amount of trouble that children in Atmore find themselves getting into.
Khaos Audio’s products include navigation systems, touch screen TVs and anything available for audio performance that a customer could want along with custom installation.
Fuller said with his store he wanted to be able to do as much as possible, and added he stands besides his products.
Aside from helping the young people of Atmore, Fuller wants his shop to bring more business not only to his store but all of the other establishments in Atmore.
He said he plans to do this by promoting a family atmosphere as well as host shows and contests for cars and audio systems.
Fuller is currently in the process of shooting a commercial for his store, and has a grand opening in mind for August.
He said the grand opening of his shop is planned for Aug. 8 with specials for any customers that come to the store.