The American Heart Association used a wide selection of our rental products and custom services for this event. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions regarding anything you see used in the photos.
This event was a challenge of putting form with function in the Hyatt Regency Ballroom in downtown Columbus Ohio. The decor in the lobby of the ballroom included large die-cut red dresses that match the Go Red for Women Logo. These logos were stretched across the lobby creating and eye catching design. In addition to the logos we helped create a great registration area and provided a small sound system to provide background music during the reception. The ballroom (which house 800+ people along with all of our equipment) is used for the luncheon portion of the event which had a panel of speakers discussing the different effects of heart disease and stroke. We bring the event to life with live IMAG and video playback for the guests to enjoy during their meal.
The American Heart Association challenged us with coming up with fun design to match their Alice in Wonderland theme. We created a photo opportunity for the guests to in the lobby of Battelle hall in the Columbus Convention Center. We used fun greenery and floral elements to help convey the theme. The Battelle Grand Ballroom was transformed utilizing “creepy” tree gobos lit in a pale green and lining the stage with a huge assortment of oversize chess pieces. This along with large projectors / screens and audio equipment created the perfect atmosphere for the event.
This event utilized a large projector and screen along with a ton of decor lighting. We also used giant 16′ preserved palm trees along with other silk palm trees to help create a “South Beach” feel.
We created and “Old Hollywood” theme using a red carpet entrance with people greeting the guests for the evening. We also created a custom cage that set on the existing counters at COSI. The cage was used a decor the the guests to check out after the live auction.
This event was held at McPherson Park located across from Nationwide Arena. The park itself is very long so providing sound reinforcement for all to hear was difficult. We used our life array towers along with our JBL VRX system to spread the sound across the park. We also provided an secondary sound system for the runners and walkers to hear everything while at the starting line.
This “event” was an installation we did for COSI in Columbus Ohio. They had a mobile exhibit of dinosaurs come to town and they asked us to provide the landscape which consisted of rocks cut out of foam, artificial trees and wood shavings that were tinted green to act as the grass. Along with the decor for each scene we were contracted to come up with a barrier idea that would stay within the theme. We used split bamboo fencing to create that barrier and to prevent the patrons from getting to close to the moving dinosaurs.
For this project we created a runway for a fashion show in which everyone wore red. Additionally we had a full stage wash, a backline wash and spot lights for the models. We also used a wireless poling technology to pole the audience about heart disease and stroke.
This event is one of the more hot and grueling events that we undertake. The installation is over two days with the majority of the work being done starting in the wee hours of the morning. Our staff managed the entire event from start to finish including tent, table, chair, audio and video installation and strike.
The Go Red for Women campaign is an annual fund raiser for the American Heart Association. We used a huge logo on the backdrop along with red accents on the draping beside it. Many different production aspect went into this event including audio cue, video cues and stage management.
This was a benefit concert for Nationwide Children’s Hospital held at the Lifestyle Community Pavilion. We incorporated many different lighting textures throughout the indoor space and provided giant preserved palm trees and banners to help theme the event.
We set up a stage, backdrop drapes and a customized direct projection light at a school in Columbus, Ohio for the Driven Foundations’ Thanksgiving celebration.