sherman-203x3001982 was a significant year for Sherman Miller, Multicom’s founder and president. It was that year that he started Multicom, Inc. – an event marked by the opening of the garage door of his home.

Since that time, Multicom has grown to be a cohesive team of experienced technicians, engineers, administrators, and sales people with decades of experience under their belt – many of our staff today are original hires and have worked at Multicom for more than a decade!

Multicom offers from one source, multiple lines of products to completely build and maintain communication systems at cost effective prices.

Multicom stocks over 13,000 products from more than 270 of the world’s major manufacturers.

Affiliations

  • President-E-Award

    The President’s “E” Award

    For Outstanding Contributions to the Export Expansion Program of the U.S.A

  • DEC

    U.S. Department of Commerce District Export Council

    Sustaining Member

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    World Chamber Trust B2B Seal

    Official Chamber Trust Sealed

  • Orlando Chamber of Commerce

    Orlando Chamber of Commerce

    Board Member

  • IMSA NEW Logo2

    IMSA: International Municipal Signal Association

    Sustaining Member

  • NSCA copy

    NSCA: National Systems Contracting Association

    Sustaining Member

  • SCTE copy

    SCTE: Society of Cable Telecommunication Engineers

    Sustaining Member

President’s “E” Award

usfcsThe President’s “E” Award was created by Executive Order of the President on December 5, 1961, to afford suitable recognition to persons, firms, or organizations which contribute significantly in the effort to increase United States exports.

The President’s “E Star” Award, which was authorized by the Secretary of Commerce on August 4, 1969, affords continuing recognition of noteworthy export promotion efforts.

Background

During World War II, more than 4,000 “E Pennants” were presented to war plants in recognition of production excellence. The famous flag with the big “E” emblazoned on it became a badge of patriotism in action.

President Kennedy revived the World War II “E” symbol of excellence to honor and provide recognition to America’s exporters. Thus, the “E” Award Program was established by Executive Order l0978 on December 5, l96l. The “E Star” was authorized in l969 to recognize “E” Award winners for continued efforts in export expansion.

Winners of the “E” and “E Star” Award are authorized to fly the blue and white banner, to display the accompanying certificate of commendation which is signed by the Secretary of Commerce in the name and by the authority of the President, to wear and issue to employees an “E” lapel pin, and to refer to the award in their advertising.

Multicom Cares –

Multicom employees participating in various charitable activities both at work and on their own time.
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