Events are a big money maker for your industry. Hospitality for your guests and your booked events is the main goal. If that experience is positive and you offer a service people want, your return on investment is golden. We've talked to a few hotel experts that need staging equipment. They're biggest concern are the configurations for their events. They need enough surface area for staging to accommodate the performers.
It’s our lightweight stage 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 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.
We find that a lot of people that come to us for solutions on staging equipment work in small spaces. What we mean by small spaces are that they're music directors for a small - medium sized, specific group of people. They lead a choir, band, or other performance group. They may not be conducting a big orchestra with fame and fortune, but they believe in that group of 4th and 5th graders that want to learn all the words to their new choir song.
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I recently came across this list of the Most Beautiful Performance Spaces. I have to admit, I've only been to one of the venues listed - Red Rocks in Morrison, CO. It was beautiful when we toured it in the morning. You would think hardly anyone would be there, but there were people there - in workout clothes. Yes, we were there to worked out too, because those stairs are intense enough just walking up and down.