It’s our lightweight choral riser that is cost effective. No tools, transport dollies, or extra hands are needed. Just roll it to the event location and unfold it. While the Fold and Roll Riser is in the transport position, the low profile provides better visibility over the top and its low center of gravity helps prevent tripping. Nylon bushings at pivot points keep the decks aligned, level, and safe throughout the life of the riser. The cantilever folding mechanism aids in lifting, so very little weight is actually lifted, minimizing the risk of back strain.
For our seated riser configurations, we have Seated Band and Choir Risers that are 3 feet or 4 feet deep for each level of the riser. Below are the specs and safety features quickly defined for your benefit. We have compiled this information directly from the portable risers product manual.
For our portable staging configurations, we have a fold and roll portable stages that come in a 6'x8' and a 4'x8' top view dimension. Below are the specs and safety features quickly defined for your benefit. We have compiled this information directly from the model manual of our portable stages.
Your first thought when it comes to staging equipment may not be trade shows. They can be a hidden part of marketing and product selling to the general public. However, we know it's a major part of promotion for your product or service to gain exposure.
Not sure what you're suppose to be looking for? Is this your first time buying music risers? We've got you covered this time around!
I bet you didn't realize there were so many different options and things to consider when buying music risers. Just like any product you come across, there are certain areas to consider before you make a purchase. Granted there aren't as many areas to consider as let's say a car, but it's worth a detailed blog post about it!
- Level Vs. Seated
- 4 Level Vs. 3 Level
- Folding Vs. Stackable
- Carpeted Vs. Laminate
- Features and Benefits