No reason has been given for the decision to close the business. AES has been a premier player among Amateur Radio equipment retailers for decades, as well as a major presence at Dayton Hamvention and other events. Various media outlets were informed of the closing in a brief e-mail message on July 6, but word of the closing has not yet appeared on the retailer's website or Facebook page. An employee at the Milwaukee headquarters store, who did not wish to be identified, confirmed that the message was legitimate.
Amateur Electronic Supply Closing after 59 Years in Business
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View cart. Upon hearing the news, and with the concurrence of AES senior management, Ham Radio Outlet HRO sent senior management to each location to interview the staff with hopes of acquiring some of the Amateur Radio retail employee talent in each of the current AES locations. Together with this interview process, HRO examined what it would take to perhaps acquire one or more of the AES store locations. At the time of these interviews, many opportunities were explored with current AES senior management.