Blake Urmos, the founder of Low Voltage Nation, has recently taken on a new role as a Director of Access Control Sales at Access Control Systems in Nashville, Tennessee. This exciting career move comes on the heels of a booming commercial real estate market in Nashville and the growth of Access Control Systems, a leading integrator of security solutions.
Blake’s extensive knowledge and experience in the field of structured cabling, access control, and digital marketing were instrumental in securing this new position. Additionally, his photography work with Golden Booth Nashville through CRE615, helped Blake to stand out as a candidate, showcasing his creative talent and ability to think outside the box.
At Access Control Systems, Blake will be bringing his extensive knowledge and experience to the table, working on cutting-edge projects that will shape the future of the industry. The company is excited to have Blake on board and is looking forward to the valuable contributions he will make.
Blake’s decision to move to downtown Nashville and immerse himself in the city’s thriving tech industry, entrepreneurial community, and creative professionals has played a significant role in shaping his career and contributing to his impact in the industry. His ability to connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals has allowed him to stay ahead of the curve and bring innovative solutions to the table.
As Nashville continues to grow and evolve, Blake is well-positioned to make a significant impact in the industry, and Access Control Systems is excited to have him on board. With his expertise and drive, the company is well-positioned for growth and success in the coming years.
Low Voltage Nation: The Rise of a Community
Low Voltage Nation, founded by Blake Urmos in 2019, has made a big impact on the low voltage industry. What started as a podcast, has now grown into the largest low voltage community on the internet. The company offers a wide range of services including training, hosting events, and providing digital marketing services to the industry.
Blake’s passion for low voltage started at a young age, and his goal was to create a platform that would connect professionals and enthusiasts in the industry. The podcast was the first step towards that goal, and as it gained traction, it became clear that there was a need for a dedicated community.
And so, Low Voltage Nation was born. The company has since grown to become the go-to destination for professionals looking to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies in the industry. The community is made up of a diverse group of individuals, including technicians, engineers, and business owners, all united by their passion for low voltage.
One of the key components of Low Voltage Nation is the training it offers. The company has developed a comprehensive training program that covers a wide range of topics, from basic installation techniques to advanced troubleshooting. The program is designed for both beginners and experienced professionals and is tailored to meet the needs of the industry.
In addition to training, Low Voltage Nation also hosts events such as trade shows, networking events, and conferences. These events provide an opportunity for members of the community to connect, share knowledge, and learn from one another.
Furthermore, Low Voltage Nation also offers digital marketing services to the industry. The company helps businesses in the industry to establish an online presence and reach a wider audience through various digital marketing strategies.
Blake’s vision for Low Voltage Nation was to create a community where individuals could come together to share their knowledge and experience, and to learn from one another. Through its training, events, and digital marketing services, the company has succeeded in doing just that. The low voltage industry is constantly evolving, and Low Voltage Nation is playing a vital role in ensuring that professionals are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed.
From Golden Booth Nashville to Access Control Systems
Blake Urmos, the founder of Golden Booth Nashville, has recently taken on a new role as Sales Director at Access Control Systems in Nashville, Tennessee. This exciting career move is a testament to Blake’s hard work, dedication, and passion for both photography and the Nashville nightlife scene.
Golden Booth Nashville started as a small project in 2016, with the goal of helping grow the Nashville EDM and House Music scene. Blake began by providing photography services at local clubs and venues such as The Golden Door, REBAR, and Dirty Little Secret. As the project gained traction, it expanded to many other clubs and venues, becoming a staple in the Nashville nightlife scene.
Through Golden Booth Nashville, Blake was able to connect with CRE615, a leader in the Nashville commercial real estate industry. He routinely provided CRE615 with photography services for various events, showcasing his creative talent and ability to capture the energy and excitement of the night.
It was during one of these events that Blake was offered a position as Sales Director at Access Control Systems. A CRE615 recognized his knowledge and experience in the field of structured cabling, access control, and digital marketing, as well as his ability to connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals.
Blake’s journey from Golden Booth Nashville to Access Control Systems is a testament to the power of hard work, dedication, and passion. His ability to connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals has allowed him to stay ahead of the curve and bring innovative solutions to the table.