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The 16th Hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Golf is a gentle woman’s and gentle man’s game. Quiet on the course. Concentration. Intellectual deciphering of each shot. Athleticism and dedication. It’s a cerebral game – everywhere except at the 16th hole of the Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO). The 16th hole is a short (162 yards) par 3. During the Open, it is […]

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The Use of Blue for Your Event

In a world where information saturates every visual we come across, the simplicity of blue cannot be overstated. Blue is a buying color — when surrounded by blue, people tend to buy and believe — and it’s calming as well. Put your speaker in front of a backdrop that spotlights him or her, and their […]

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Meet Josh Mayer, InProduction Sales

Anyone who has worked with Josh knows that he is all about the details. He leaves no detail unattended, and he seems to revel in the kinds of questions that let you know you might have missed a detail or two in your own planning. He is a port in the storm. He is never […]

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Stadium Highlight – Wrigley Field

Of course it had to be Wrigley Field. Congratulations from everyone at InProduction on the win. Some things are worth waiting for. The nation’s second oldest ball park (behind Boston’s Fenway Park), home of the Chicago Cubs, opened in 1914 as Weeghman Park, home of the Whales of baseball’s Federal League. The Cubs moved to […]

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The Georgia Florida Football Rivalry

For the past several years InProduction has expanded the number of people who can attend the Georgia Florida game by adding 12,000 temporary seats in the north and south end zones of the stadium. This game goes way back—over one hundred years! Ever since 1915, the University of Georgia Bulldogs have battled the University of […]

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Our Bleacher Oasis

Our Oasis makes sure that every square foot of your event has reason to be and is utilized to its fullest. By putting this under the bleachers, you can provide much needed storage space and add yet another revenue stream. Can be installed under grandstands, floors, & bridges. Offers a cleaner presentation, instead of a separate floor with a tent. Offers a closer proximity to […]

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Lectern Debates, Town Hall Debates, Chat Debates: Which Works Best for Whom?

While we hate to take sales away from our lectern rental business, as we were preparing for delivery of risers for Sunday’s town hall meeting with presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we got to thinking about the three debate formats (lectern, town hall, and chat) and which format favors which candidate’s style. After […]

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Remembering Arnold Palmer During the Ryder Cup

We finished setting up the Ryder Cup this week, including seating around the first tee. With Arnold Palmer’s passing over the weekend, we don’t think there is a single person on the premises who isn’t thinking about him. This past August he visited another course nearby in order to review the redesign that his firm […]

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Battle of Bristol

Some football stadiums boggle the mind with the number of seats available for lifelong fans. Take for example the stadiums at Notre Dame University and Ohio State University, which seat 80,000 and 104,000, respectively … even though Notre Dame has only 12,000 undergraduates and Ohio State has 58,000. This just goes to show that college […]

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Music Festivals Then & Now: From Woodstock to Coachella

Music festivals have exploded over the past twenty years. All over the world people gather together, sometimes for days on end, to celebrate the music and the culture they call their own. If we go back thousands of years, we can trace the genesis of festivals, which have been around since the beginning of human […]

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