From the February 3, 2003 edition of The Dayton Business Journal:
“For a business that got its start by installing radios in private homes more than 80 years ago, Copp Systems Integrator has come a long way.
The Dayton-based company evolved slowly over the years. It started installing car radios and sound systems in the 1960s and 1970s. In the early 1980s, the company entered the low-voltage electronics market — offering things such as fire alarms and paging systems — and shed its retail business in favor of commercial clients. Now, Copp sells, designs and installs security and fire safety systems, communication systems and cabling for computer networks.”
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