H&E Equipment Services opens new Tennessee branch

April 20th, 2021

H&E Equipment Services has opened a new branch in Knoxville, Tenn. The 5,000 square foot facility sits on 5.5 acres with a fully fenced yard area, offices, parts warehouse and a repair shop with four service bays. It is capable of servicing a variety of construction and general industrial equipment for customers in the eastern […]

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OSHA 10-hour General Industry Training video conference

April 14th, 2021

Event Safety Alliance has announced another edition of its OSHA 10 General Industry Training, specially curated for those working in the live event and entertainment fields. The online, real-time learning opportunity will be delivered via video conference on May 25-26, 2021. The course adheres to all OSHA 10 program requirements, with a focus on how […]

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Trivantage relocates distribution center to larger St. Louis facility

April 9th, 2021

Trivantage®  has moved to a larger distribution facility in St. Louis, Mo., that will allow the company to better and more efficiently serve customers with increased capacity at more than 62,000 square feet, six loading docks for customer will-call and shipments and improved parking. The new location will house increased inventory levels, easy-access sampling carts, […]

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Fasnap announces building expansion

April 7th, 2021

Fasnap has completed an expansion at its Elkhart, Ind., corporate facilities. The new manufacturing space is 5,370 square feet larger and office space has increased by 6,000 square feet. Warehousing for distribution is one third larger and stocked with Fasnap products. Combined with two additional branch locations in Orlando, Fla., and Anaheim, Calif., Fasnap provides fastening device solutions to more […]

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Word-of-mouth connections

April 1st, 2021

An 18-by-30-meter Losberger clearspan structure with custom tops by Anchor Industries protected guests from the elements while they dined under a picturesque sky. A tented wedding installation in the time of COVID-19 confronts a pandemic, hot weather and communication barriers to create an event that makes the happy couple—happy. by Sigrid Tornquist Never underestimate the […]

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The show goes on beneath a custom circus tent

April 1st, 2021

Armbruster Manufacturing Co. supplied the circus tent that served as a venue for 18 performances in the fall of 2020, allowing the Atlanta Opera’s fall season to proceed. Photo: Ken Howard. In the Atlanta Opera’s fall 2020 interpretation of Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, the tragic clown Canio has COVID-19. But the Georgia-based company went to great […]

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A speedy solution for a skating rink

April 1st, 2021

Eschenbach Group installed temporary structures totaling 6,000 square meters over an Olympic training speed skating rink so that reconstruction could proceed through the winter without stopping for the weather. Photo: Eschenbach Group. Olympic speed skating hopefuls in Germany will enjoy a modernized training facility once reconstruction is complete on a track in the state of […]

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How to develop a talent acquisition plan

April 1st, 2021

by Rita Revels Having the right talent in the right place at the right time is essential in all businesses, but it is critical in small businesses. Having a talent acquisition plan will help ensure that you have the talent you need to meet your customer’s needs. If you are ridin’, you are in a […]

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Party Line Tent Rentals brings COVID-19 drive-through vaccination sites to its community

April 1st, 2021

Party Line Tent Rentals, Elmsford, N.Y., has distributed and installed a variety of tents used at COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites across the New York Tri-State Area. Photos: Party Line Tent Rentals. The race to vaccinate millions of people against the COVID-19 pandemic has been problematic in the United States. However, for people living in […]

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Renewed optimism

April 1st, 2021

A light at the end of the tunnel? A year ago, when we sent the April–May 2020 issue of InTents to the printer, virtually every tented event was being cancelled, and the whole world was shutting down. The outlook for the live events industry was worsening on a daily and hourly basis, and the grim […]

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