google-site-verification: google5ae98130f18ad244.html

Monday, September 24, 2018
   
Text Size

News Categories

March 8 - Stage Front Celebrates 40th Anniversary Year by Partnering with Local Non-Profit Urban Hope

Category: Georgia Business News

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

March 8, 2018 - Stage Front kicked off its 40th anniversary year by announcing a partnership with local non-profit Urban Hope. Following remarks from both organizations, company employees and representatives from Urban Hope, including several children who are a part of their After School Program, enjoyed birthday cake to celebrate the collaboration and the company’s 40th anniversary year.   

Stage Front began operation in 1978, initially selling theatrical lighting to the entertainment industry. As the company developed its skill set and expanded its service offerings, they took the consultative approach of supporting architects, electrical engineers, and general contractors as a dependable design-build partner for audiovisual systems solutions. As the largest Georgia-based AV company located outside of the metro Atlanta area, Stage Front serves enterprise clients by designing, installing and supporting systems currently operating in 37 states.  In addition to its AV design-build business, Stage Front provides complete event management, and they provide the highest quality in event design and production management – specializing in audio, video, and lighting.

The company’s headquarters are located in Savannah, GA, with offices in Charleston, SC and Atlanta, GA, and onsite resources in Charleston, Charlotte, Huntsville, Nashville, and Philadelphia.

During the past 40 years, Stage Front has provided professional consultation, design, integration, maintenance for commercial audio, video and production lighting systems. Their current focus and expertise has also grown to encompass multiple market segments such as corporate enterprise, performing arts, medical education and regional government facilities. Some solutions include video collaboration, distance learning, training applications and theatrical systems.

“Our journey has afforded us 40 years of experience, 40 years of creativity, and 40 years of providing a better plan for audio visual services,” said Vice President of Sales Chase Nelson. “More importantly, our journey has given us the stability and expertise to establish our place in the future of the industry.”

Vice President of Technical Operations Robert Hammonds adds, “our team is very passionate about giving back to the community and we felt like the celebration of our 40th year in business was a great opportunity to tie in with a local non-profit organization. Urban Hope is a great resource for many families, and we are excited to work with them over the following year.”

The vision of Urban Hope is to help bring change to the inner city through its children, by giving them hope for a better future, through after school and summer programs. Stage Front will work with Urban Hope over the next year in many capacities including volunteering at their after school program, participating in their annual fundraiser Pee Wee Rodeo, and sending 10 kids to the Urban Hope summer camp.

 

Overall Rating (0)

0 out of 5 stars

Leave your comments

Post comment as a guest

0 / 300 Character restriction
Your text should be in between 10-300 characters
Your comments are subjected to administrator's moderation.
terms and condition.
    • No comments found
    CLICK to SUBSCRIBE and Support Great Journalism!

    Follow Us!

    TwitterFacebook

    Komento Activities

    Guest - Lisa Porter-Grenn, M.D. - Commented on Jan. 8 – Judge Edenfield denie... in Joomla Article
    This is a qui tam law suit without sufficient merit. If Schaengold is so worried about hospital cost...
    Guest - Jack - Commented on Aug. 23 - Phelps on Politics -... in Joomla Article
    "Goose that laid the golden EYE? You're right, that is hard to argue with.
    Guest - JR Lee - Commented on MPC approves plan for new Walm... in Joomla Article
    Great, another complex to attract Savannah's finest entitlement minded individuals. Another complex ...
    Guest - Robin Sherman - Commented on Jan. 4 – COMMENTARY: New Year... in Joomla Article
    Excellent post, Ms. Phelps. Effective government can only occur when the public is informed. Transpa...
    Guest - Tao of Me - Commented on Why is Memorial Hospital Being... in Joomla Article
    They aren't telling Memorial employees anything about this. A recent survey of the facilities by Nic...
    Guest - Genie Brazzeal - Commented on Feb. 24 – Lawyer and former Al... in Joomla Article
    Thank you, Mr. Bordeaux! Bring some honesty to this court. No more winking like I experienced.
    Guest - Karl - Commented on Feb. 25 - Memorial Hospital’s ... in Joomla Article
    Good article. Has a lot of information that is very difficult for "team members"(employees) to find....
    Guest - Susan Worthington - Commented on May 13 – UPDATED 11:39 a.m. HC... in Joomla Article
    In 1953 there was not such a thing as a trauma or neonatal program. The need for Neonatal Services ...
    Guest - Linda Dominy - Commented on June 8 – EDITORIAL: Immediate ... in Joomla Article
    As a clinical team member this makes me sad and it would never happen. We can argue politics all day...
    Guest - Judy - Commented on Savannah’s Title Max Bankruptc... in Joomla Article
    How Tracy Young was allowed to file for bankruptcy or chapter 11 is amazing. Title Max should be ch...
    Guest - Samantha Claar - Commented on Aug. 7 - COMMENTARY: Je suis “... in Joomla Article
    Pertinent questions that deserve real answers. If upper management - appointed and elected - can't ...
    Guest - Lisa Grant - Commented on Aug. 11 - Jonathan Christy, MD... in Joomla Article
    I have seen this guys work for my own eyes through an associates who received a revision of TKR by D...
    Guest - Jason - Commented on Aug 9 - Lyndy Brannen Retires ... in Joomla Article
    Just a clarification - WRHQ (Quality Rock Q105.3) is owned by Thoroughbred Communications.
    Guest - Drew - Commented on Apr. 21 - WaterWays Township N... in Joomla Article
    Rewarding a gated community is for community development is about as stuck in the past as it gets.
    Guest - Felton - Commented on June 17 – Ameris Bancorp acqui... in Joomla Article
    If "This acquisition increases Ameris Bank’s total assets to approximately $5.4 billion," then the a...
    MY ACCOUNT
    CONTACT
    SOCIAL
    MORE
    ADVERTISE
    Coastal Empire News
    Headquarters: 35 Barnard St., Suite 300, Savannah, GA. 31401.
    Tel: 912-388-4692 | Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.