Aes amateur electronic supply
No reason has beengiven for the decision to close the business. AES has been a premierplayer among Amateur Radio equipment retailers for decades, as well asa major presence at Dayton Hamvention and other events. Various mediaoutlets were informed of the closing in a brief e-mail message on July6, but word of the closing has not yet appeared on the retailer'swebsite or Facebook page. An employee at the Milwaukee headquarters store, who did notwish to be identified, confirmed that the message was legitimate.
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Amateur Electronic Supply (AES) to close
Amateur Electronic Supply Goes Out of Business, Sold to Ham Radio Outlet | ULTRA TechLife
No reason was given for the decision to close the business. At time of posting, there is no mention of AES going out of business on their website , but I assume their various stores may begin the process of liquidating inventory soon.. Traditionally, people got ham licenses while young. It was exciting because the world opened up when it was otherwise pretty small. The testing was no impediment, people were at an age when it could all be soaked up. But somewhere in the past 45 year, that seemed to shift. A lot more people coming in at an older age, shifting the demographics up.
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Amateur Electronic Supply sells radios, antennas and equipment that help hams connect with other hams throughout the world. It opened in Milwaukee in the late s, attracted amateur radio enthusiasts from throughout the Midwest and eventually spawned stores in Cleveland, Orlando, Fla. Ham radio clubs meet at the store at W. Good Hope Road in Milwaukee, aspiring ham radio operators take their FCC licensing tests there and enthusiasts stop in to pick up a part or carpool from Chicago or Dubuque, Iowa, to check out the latest radios. Dozens of license plates sporting ham radio call signs sent by customers hang on the walls.
It turns out that Amateur Electronic Supply AES suddenly announced that they would be ceasing all business operations at the end of this month. After nearly 60 years of operations, the owners of AES have decided to pull the plug. There will be no going out of business sale, only a transfer of goods. The remaining AES locations will close permanently.
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