Our Warehousing – Stocking for Your Convenience
As an authorized dealer, Visual Apex stocks a large quantity of the most popular projectors and plasma displays from the leading manufacturers, as well as a vast assortment of the accessories we offer to create your complete solution.
Our ability to stock allows us to extend you competitive if not the best pricing online from an authorized, five-star dealer. We are able to ship the majority of the products we offer within 24 hours of placing your order online or by phone through our dedicated sales staff. In addition, it allows us to offer free ground shipping on the majority of projectors we carry.
Click on the pictures below to take a look at our large warehouse space and the care we take in shipping your new home theater or business investment. You’ll see another reason why Visual Apex is the point where the best products and outstanding customer service meet - for you.
Marketing and Product Management
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At Visual Apex, we believe in
supporting local organizations and strengthening our community. The following
are some associations that are important to us and to whom we've donated time,
financial support, or visual display equipment.
Visual Apex donates a portion of the proceeds from every installation package purchased through us to the National Park Fund. We encourage you to visit.
KEXP Public Radio
We support KEXP Public Radio through their underwriting sponsorship on KEXP 90.3 FM and KEXP.ORG, which helps support a diversity
of music not heard anywhere else.
Classical King FM
Supporting online classical music, Visual Apex has been heard on classical King FM.
Island Children's Montessori School
Bainbridge Island, WA
Provides a place where
it is safe for children to risk, to learn, and to dream. Their wish for the
children who attend is that they take away a quiet confidence in themselves and
what they can accomplish.
Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary
Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary is
located in a rural/suburban setting on the north end of Bainbridge Island, Washington. People at Wilkes show respect in
action and words for themselves, others, property, and the environment and they
will take responsibility for their words and
Ballard High School
High School is a nurturing community of learners, where rigorous engagement with
knowledge and technology is balanced with respect for personal development, for
our common humanity, and for the health of our
Clinic is a non-profit therapy and early childhood educational facility under
the medical direction of a developmental pediatrician, serving children from
birth to teen years who have neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy or
delay in development.
Boys and Girls Club of South Puget Sound, West Sound
Bainbridge Island Little League
One of the leading
charitable organizations dedicated to ending world hunger. Heifer teaches
self-reliance and helps impoverished families worldwide become more self-reliant
through the gift of livestock and training in their care.
The American Red Cross
The American Red Cross works with a global network of
Red Cross, Red Crescent and equivalent societies to restore hope and dignity to
the world's vulnerable people. This international Red Cross movement brings
emergency relief to disaster victims, and improves basic living conditions of
those in chronically deprived areas of the world.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association
A voluntary health agency — a dedicated partnership
between scientists and concerned citizens aimed at conquering neuromuscular
diseases that affect more than a million Americans.
The Woodland Park Zoo
With a mission of education and
conservation, the zoo is a platform for educational purposes and participation
in global efforts to understand and protect the world's animals and their
habitats. As a vital resource, the zoo serves tens of thousands of students and
teachers across the state each year. In 2003, more than 350,000 visitors
participated in the zoo's public programs and more than 66,300 students visited
the zoo in school groups.
Northwest Film Forum
The Northwest Film Forum is a
Seattle-based nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization supporting year-round programs of
artistic film. They operate the 30 year old Grand
Illusion Cinema and The
Little Theater, Seattle's only nonprofit, independent movie
houses, as well as a collective studio for local filmmakers, WigglyWorld
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Washington/Alaska Local Services
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is committed to reaching out to those with
leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma and myeloma in meaningful ways.
True Players Club
Provides an opportunity for
basketball players of all ethnicities to work together showcase their talents
and skills for college coaches and scouts, and build relationships that will
last long after their basketball days are over.
North Kitsap School District
A great place to live
Big Brothers Big Sisters of King and Pierce Counties
Sisters of King & Pierce Counties (BBBSKPC) partners with actively involved
community members to match caring adults with children at risk both of whom
benefit from one-to-one mentoring programs.
Island Music Guild
largest all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to the musical
North Kitsap Soccer Club
NKSC is a youth soccer club of over 1,300
players in northern Kitsap County, across Puget Sound from Seattle, in
Washington State. They serve boys
and girls ages 5 to 18 years of age. It is the goal of NKSC to provide as many
different opportunities as possible for players to assist in their development
as soccer players and well rounded individuals.
Supporting Harrison Medical Center, Bremerton, Washington.