James Demer built his first speaker out of a shoebox when he was 12 years old. As a lifelong maker of stuff with a deep appreciation for music and sound, James built a career in location audio recording. While audio mixing a feature film on location in Barrow, Alaska, he cut some holes in a Pelican case, installed some speakers and an amplifier circuit, and turned it into a boombox. The crew loved it and DemerBox was born.
In early 2017 multi-platinum, Grammy Award-Winning artist Zac Brown, of Zac Brown Band bought a DemerBox and brought it to Belize for a spearfishing trip. He loved it so much he worked with Demer and bought the company. Zac is not only an amazing musician, he's a lifelong avid hunter, fisherman, and outdoor adventurer.
Together Zac Brown and James Demer have built a high tech workshop in Georgia, USA and are proudly building what they believe is the best sounding, most indestructible portable speaker available.