Our good friend Bob Jean called in November asking what we could do to help his client, the South Shore YMCA to add visual and audio elements to their annual fundraiser. There was a new team in place for the SSYMCA, and they didn't have much experience with us creatures in the audio/visual jungle. And the fun began as soon as we unloaded the truck. The caterer took all of the generator power, instead of half. A half hour before show time, the fire marshall decided that the two 9'x12' screens and projectors blocked the (unmarked and unseen by us) emergency exits. And could we run two different PowerPoints and picture shows and two DVDs approximately simultaneously? And can we tie in the DVD and PowerPoint to the DJ booth? Of course! We even got fed! (Which is a big thing for us. Just sayin'.)
Greg Poulos of Bluefin Events needed a way to get a bright image and clear sound in a sunlit, crowded clubhouse at the Pinehills Golf Course. Oh, and a PA system that could handle a huge number of folks and still be out of the way of the servers, who used every door and path around tables. And the golfers. He and his client, the Clark Charitable Foundation were very happy with the results! It was a nice day for a drive to Pinehills, too.