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Stinger Names New Director of Audio

Clearwater, FL (February 19, 2024) - Stinger, a leading designer and manufacturer of vehicle aftermarket solutions, announces the appointment of Gary Bell as the new Director of Audio. With over thirty years of expertise in consumer audio and new product development, Bell has been instrumental in shaping industry standards and enhancing audio experiences in collaboration with leading companies. In his new role, Bell will oversee Stinger’s Integrated audio team, reporting to Kevin Kuenzie, Vice President of Research and Development. Bell will be responsible for Stinger’s overall audio strategy for consumer audio products and the research of innovative new audio solutions.

Kevin Kuenzie remarked, “Bringing Gary into the fold as Director of Audio underlines his unparalleled expertise and the innovation he embodies. His pioneering spirit and unwavering commitment to auditory perfection are in lockstep with Stinger's ethos and our pursuit to redefine the frontiers of vehicle solutions."

"I’m excited to join the Stinger team and look forward to guiding our team into the next generation of seamlessly integrated mobile audio experiences,” said Bell.

With Bell's appointment, Stinger reaffirms itself as an industry-leading audio innovator and positions itself for continued growth in the audio space, increasing its overall market footprint.

For over 34 years Stinger has advanced automotive aftermarket technology. The company’s R&D capabilities have positioned Stinger as the market leader in highly engineered integration solutions, which enable aftermarket audio, safety, and infotainment products to work seamlessly with factory systems. Stinger is known for its PAC, AudioControl, Stinger Commercial, EchoMaster, and Connects2 brands. Stinger’s focus on customer satisfaction from design to fulfillment has made it a trusted supplier globally. For more information, please visit

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