Central Presentations at Coombe

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Central Presentations Limited (CPL) were pleased to be asked to provide a complete Audio Visual Production Package to include full project management and technical support for a Fashion show held at the Coombe Abbey hotel. This two day event saw over 100 UK store managers attend to view next seasons ranges under the umbrella organisation Hamsard 3187. Day one saw Boots new range of swimwear and day two Adams childrenswear.

CPL created a slick backdrop for the runway, tailored specifically to the corporate branding. Given the strict space restriction a backdrop was designed in an L-shape providing ample space for the models changing areas. Inset into the panels were 65″ HD Plasma Screens for presentations – an effective resolve for the problems presented from using projection. As well as the event CPL provided staff to film and edit the event.

Equipment used included:

· d&b Audio Rig
· Barco Screenpro II HD/SDI Switcher
· Panasonic 65″ HD Plasma Screens

The event was a huge success and we look forward to the opportunity of working with Hamsard again.

Central Presentations, Midlands Audio Visual Hire

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