Vittek Gets in the Soup with Campbell American

French Valley, CA (PressExposure) February 16, 2009 -- New England guitar builders, Campbell American Guitars have assigned west coast sales responsibilities to Joshua Paul Vittek and Associates.

Established in 2002, Campbell American Guitars have been building instruments of the highest quality and attracting players from around the world for their impeccable play, build and tone. Artists such as Dave Fiuczynski, Danny Kortchmar, Bill Nelson and Reeves Gabrels can all be seen and heard raving over their new found relationship with Campbell American Guitars.

“Dean Campbell and I have worked on a few projects together over the years and when this opportunity came up, I couldn’t pass it by” stated Josh Vittek, President of Joshua Paul Vittek and Associates. “With the quality of instruments these guys are making, it is an honor to be a part of the team. Dean and his crew truly do put all their hearts into what they build and it shows. These guitars sing!”

About Campbell American Guitars The concept behind Campbell American Guitars is simple: build guitars here in America - using old New England craftsmanship; utilize sensible designs, top-shelf components; and always retain a commitment to quality, integrity and ingenuity. We believe the results of this philosophy speak for themselves. For more information, visit them online at

About Joshua Paul Vittek and Associates JPVA is an independent firm committed to building and improving brand awareness through marketing, artist relations, advertising, public relations and sales. Our focus, at all times is to insure that our clients achieve maximum results through our efforts. As our client, we provide you with the skills and services needed to inspire, motivate and educate individuals into becoming product and brand enthusiasts for life. For more information, visit them online at

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Press Release Submitted On: February 15, 2009 at 6:56 pm
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