Peavey currently owns 1.5 million square feet (140,000 m²) of manufacturing/assembly area over 33 facilities across North America, Europe and Asia, 18 of which are located in their home state of Mississippi. Products are manufactured mainly in the United States, the United Kingdom and the Far East, and are distributed to 136 different countries across the globe. They also hold 130 patents, and have a product range of around 2000 designs, with between 80 to 100 being added each year.
Peavey Electronics also owns 7 major electronics brands, namely MediaMatrix, Architectural Acoustics, PVDJ, Crest Audio, Composite Acoustic Sanctuarry Series and Trace Elliot.
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