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Building a World Class Sporting Event from the Ground Up

Two and a half years ago, Richmond hosted one of the most prominent cycling events in the world. The UCI Road World Championships crowns world champions for men, women and juniors in several disciplines of road cycling. And while many considered Richmond an unlikely host of such a large and prestigious event, several of us […]

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A Look at Some of the Largest Gatherings in History

Today is Global Meetings Industry Day (yes, there is a day for everything in today’s celebrate-something-every-day world). We thought putting forth a few of the largest global gatherings in history could bring some perspective for meeting planners across the world. Take a moment to think of the planning involved. Funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini, Iran, 1989 It was […]

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The Messaging for Your Event Begins at Hello

Remember when the customer experience started when they sat down in the theater? InProduction’s Johnny Motoc of our Orlando office, offers some insight on what producers are doing to enlarge the event experience for the customer, because it begins now, when they step into the building. “Event producers who we work with never cease to amaze us with […]

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Meet Suzanne and Joe Kaplor, CommuniLux’s Scenic Team

“We’re not much interested in talking about the good old days,” said CommuniLux’s Director of Scenic Production, Joe Kaplor in reference to his and his wife, Suzanne Kaplor’s longevity in the scenic arena for events over the past forty years. “For us, it’s about what is new and fresh at 7:00 tomorrow morning. The inclusion […]

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The Honda Classic’s Commitment to Charity

Jack Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara, care about kids. When the Honda Classic was moving to Palm Beach, tournament officials called and asked Jack and Barbara to get involved. Said Barbara, “Jack and I have always wanted to bring better pediatric care to this area, so we looked at each other from around our kitchen table and […]

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The View from the Risers  

Take a blank space and bring in seating for thousands of people. The seating when risers are used ensures everyone has a view. Mindy Meadows, an InProduction national sales executive who has designed, sold, and delivered numerous riser options for our clients, has brought risers into some of the largest and most prestigious events in […]

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InProduction Acquires CommuniLux Productions, a Leading Scenic Studio Headquartered in Dallas 

CHICAGO, January 24, 2018 – InProduction, a leader in seating, structures, staging, and scenic production for sporting, corporate, and entertainment events has announced the acquisition of CommuniLux Productions, a leading scenic studio providing design, fabrication, and rental services. “Our clients are increasingly looking for InProduction to become a full-service provider for their events, and the acquisition of CommuniLux supports that mission,” said John Campanelli, CEO of InProduction. “Their exceptional product line and impeccable custom-fabrication reputation complements our existing business lines,  […]

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InProduction Expands its Capabilities for Temporary Structures and Semi-Permanent Buildings to Accommodate the Growing Demand for Temporary Event Space

CHICAGO, January 19, 2018 – InProduction, a leader in seating, staging, and scenic production for sporting, corporate, and entertainment events has named Sky Curl as Director, InStructures. Sky, who previously served as International Business Director for Condit Exhibits, will focus on enhancing InProduction’s network and capabilities to deploy ultra-modern temporary structures and semi-permanent buildings. Our customers have […]

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Football Stadiums, Past and Present.

Reprinted from the CEFMA newsletter. The oldest college football stadium in the country is Franklin Field — host to the University of Pennsylvania’s Quakers since 1895 — which boasts more than 800 games over its 122-year history. Harvard Stadium, which opened in 1903 but brags that it is the oldest permanent concrete structure in the country, was […]

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The Exciting History of CAD Drawings

OK, let’s walk it back. While paper was invented in 105 A.D. by the Chinese, the use of it in drawings for design entered Europe in the 1300’s. In the sixteenth century, French academics created mathematical formulae to express geometric figures in two disciplines: artistic and design drawings. As time went on, renderings were created […]

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