Live music and a classic film — it’s a winning combination. Holiday classic Home Alone featured composer John Williams’ delightful score performed live by the Colorado Symphony as the film was shown on large, suspended screens in Boettcher Concert Hall. It was a fun experience working in the entertainment space with professional musicians in order to engage holiday audiences in a special way!
Have you visited our Lookbook recently? It’s full of ideas and short videos that help meeting and event planners design and produce exceptional events.
Valuable content includes:
- 5 Key Trends for Meeting Planners
- Cost-Effective Alternatives to Pipe and Drape
- Event Design in Unconventional Spaces
CEAVCO Audio Visual is proud to have supported the Denver Gold Group and the Gold Forum Americas program for more than 12 years.
What happens when you finally find the right audio visual production partner? Watch our short video and find out!
Learn how to (1) Spark Curiosity with Alternatives to Panel Discussions, (2) Engage the Un-Engageable with Smart Q&A, (3) Decide Whether to Use Video Walls, (4) Transform the Room with Pipe and Drape Alternatives, and (5) Promote Your Brand with Photos & Videos.
Register for our live webinar or sign up to get the recording HERE.
Please also share this invitation with anyone on your team or other event partners!
What are meeting and event planners doing to capture the fleeting of attention of event attendees and set themselves apart from the competition? Find out Thursday, November 8. REGISTER NOW.
CEAVCO’s Eric Newkirk and Sidney Reed will cover these 5 Simple, Cost-Effective Tips and Trends That Give Events a Massive Impact in a free 15-minute webinar on November 9 at 2:30 Eastern:
- Spark Curiosity with Alternatives to Panel Discussions
- Engage the Un-Engageable with Smart Q&A
- Learn the Pros and Cons of Video Walls
- Transform the Room with Pipe and Drape Alternatives
- Promote Your Brand — and Events — with Photos & Videos
You’ll gain valuable information that you can use to educate, engage, and delight your clients and attendees.
Over the past two years, CEAVCO Audio Visual has hired many new employees to expand the company’s Management, Production, Warehouse, and Creative Services teams. This week, we’d like to welcome AV Warehouse Technicians Joshua Fortenberry and Troy Johnson.
Joshua and Troy process incoming and outgoing audio visual equipment and materials (e.g., video recorders, projectors, and lighting and sound mixing equipment), as well as pack and ship orders. The position is crucial to the accuracy of equipment on show site and the organization of equipment in the warehouse.
We’re excited to have Joshua and Troy on our team!