Wonderful visit and 5-star customer service at Audio Doctor in Jersey City, NJ!

For those interested in auditioning the new Paradigm Persona series, as well as other high-end brands, with the benefit of highly personalized attention and 5-star customer service, I would like to recommend a visit to Audio Doctor in Jersey City, New Jersey- they have some of the largest showroom space in the NY/NJ area, and such great customer service, period!

Audio Doctor is currently the only dealer in the NY/NJ area allowed to demo in-store/sell the Paradigm Persona speaker series, so I trekked there yesterday to audition the Paradigm Persona 3F and flagship 9H stereo speakers, which both proved stupefying and extremely impressive for their price points in as far as clarity, detail, and sound stage are concerned.

The owner, Dave, is such a wonderful guy. He gave me a personalized tour of his well-built home theater room (100+ inch projector set up with KEF speaker system, excellent room treatments, very comfortable seating, etc.), and also a tour of other five-figure speaker brands on display.

Crucially, for the Paradigm demos, Dave allowed me to bring my own interconnects and speaker cables, and also to use identical separates to what I have at my place so I could ascertain for sure what the Paradigms would sound like in my home setting. I was also pleased to see many low-budget speaker/separates set ups for those on a tight budget- all on display.

Last but not least, Dave and his wife prepared a wonderful dinner for me while I was speaker-auditioning- the tastiest Mexican Tacos I have ever had! I spent a total of 4 hours at the store, and Dave even gave me a lift back to the PATH train station (I live in NYC)... so without a doubt, I would rate the customer service at this place as the best I have ever seen in my years of visiting audio stores on both coasts.

So for the NY/NJ area audiophile crowd, Audio Doctor merits an in-person visit and comes HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
It is possible to promote your store without trashing others. You posit that many dealers, especially in the NY Metro area, are all about closing the sale rather than finding out what is best for the client. You have made this self promoting assertion in other posts. To whom are you referring?
 For example, just in the past decade I have purchased items at Stereo Exchange, Innovative Audio, Audio Connection, High Water Sound, Lyric Hifi and many others, some of which did not survive the market crash. With rare exceptions, I have encountered knowledgeable owners and salespeople who care about the needs of the client. I have received many courtesies from all of the above including visits to my home, loaners of expensive gear to try in my system, insights into why a particular component might work well in my system and open ears to my suggestions of brands they may wish to carry. In addition, I have maintained personal friendships with the owners of all of the above.  
On the other hand, I did not receive the same courtesies from Dave Lalin. The few times I have encountered him, he seems to have been more interested in making a sale of what he claimed to be the best product for me--without actually determining what my needs were. 
So--promote your dealership as you are wish, but leave the integrity of other NY Metro dealers out of your comparisons. Many, including those mentioned above, have integrity in spades.  All of them have been in business longer than Audio Doctor for a reason.
My vote for Robert Spence at affirm audio in Plano Texas. Great guy and great customer service!
Gpgr4blu, again you ignornance is showing. 

A certain famous NY audio store owner used to march his sales people down to his basement to show the sales staff which products to sell based on being in stock, if that isn't trying to shoe horn a potential client into what is good for the retailor then what is?

I frequently got in trouble with that owner for selling the products and sytems which weren't necessarily in stock but I felt were the best ones for my clients.

Another famous NY City store owner, had when I started to work in his Brooklyn store sold only Linn tables, didn't sell subwoofers other than Definitive, and had almost no selection didn't even sell any tube brands.

You have never been to mystore or worked with me directly, so you base all of your opinions on your dread of salesmanship, my loquacious nature, and having strong opinions, and my extolling superior value to dollar products. 

My store stocks O we order in whatever the client wants to purchase. If customer A likes Paradigm great, if they prefer Legacy great or ATC great, or Kef?  This is the reason my store has a lot of great choices in all different price ranges.

Check many of the forum posts about many peoples experiences with other NY CIty stores and then come back to me, as someone who worked for two of them, the perspective on the other side wasn't allways rosey.

How about storries of customers being ignored based on their dress? Or customers not allowed to stay in the store after "closing hours." wether or not they were taken care of? Or how about people being sold systems that were too big for their rooms or pocketbooks because it made the store money? 

Grgr4blu you may have gotten good treatment from some of the stores you mentioned but I am willing to bet there are others who would not mirror your experiences. Caveat emptor!

I too had a very good experience at Audio Doctor.....

I drove an hour + to Jersey City and called AD not knowing that it was by appointment only. Dave said although he had others scheduled it wasn’t a problem and for me to come by.

At this point in my audio journey I was still trying to figure out what sounds were pleasing to me. I was very much in an information gathering mode. Even though my budget was small, at no point did I feel that I was being rushed. Dave listened to what my needs were and made appropriate recommendations and imparted a ton of information to me which was invaluable in my audio search.

He was very hospitable and offered to make me tea a few times. The showroom is very comfortable. And the selection/variety of gear is second to none.

Ultimately, I decided to go in a different direction (Vandersteen/ Belles). But I would not hesitate going back or recommending their shop to anyone.