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What does CERC stand for?

CERC stands for Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition

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The coalition members are: AdvaMed International Air Transport Association Airforwarders Association National Association of Manufacturers Air Transport Association National Electrical Manufacturers Association Cargo Airline Association National Retail Federation Consumer Electronics Association PRBA - The Rechargeable Battery Association Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition Retail Industry Leaders Association CTIA - The Wireless Association Security Industry Association Dangerous Goods Advisory Council U.
Mike Vitelli, a senior vice president at Best Buy, testifying on behalf of the Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition, argued that a point of sale fee at the state level would place an administrative burden on all stakeholders without guaranteeing an effective recycling program or providing an incentive for more environmentally friendly products.
Several groups have expressed support for the bill, including the National Recycling Coalition, the Environmental Technology Council, the Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition, Waste Management Corp.
WASHINGTON -- The Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition today reacted to the announcement by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and The Association for Maximum Service Television Stations (MSTV) that they "intend to pursue development of a prototype high quality, low cost digital to analog converter box for terrestrial digital television reception.
10, 2003 The Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition (CERC) today applauded the announcement by the Federal Communications Commission that it would issue regulations implementing all parts of the "Plug & Play" agreement reached by consumer electronics manufacturers and cable operators.