AAble Rents, known for its elaborate tent and event rentals, pulled out all of the stops (with a little help from Rock The House) for its unveiling of LOFT1365 in Cleveland.
The AAble After Hours Party showcased a multi-million dollar renovation of AAble Rents headquarters. The event all went down after the WOW Awards, with more than 250 special event industry friendors in attendance.
The theme of the night was a Miami nightclub, and that’s exactly what was created. Rock The House brought in 25,000 Watts of sound and provided a stunning and vibrant light show, video projection mapping, a Mirror Photo Booth, SocialCast, and a club-style DJ. You’d have to see it to believe it. Check out the video below!
Guests couldn’t even tell they were in a warehouse once the lights went down and the music started. The rest of the night, guests enjoyed food, including Barrio Tacos, a food truck, drinks, and plenty of music and dancing.
A big shout out to our colleagues and friends who made the night a huge success: L’Nique, DonutLab, David Corey Photography, Event Source, Superior Speedie Portable Services, Barrio Tacos, and Piccadilly Artisan Creamery!
From audio options to staging selections, planning a corporate event is no easy task for even the most seasoned professional. Obstacles like acoustics, inclement weather, and those ever so frequent technical issues shouldn’t get in the way of wowing your guests and giving them more than what they expected at your next corporate event!
With modern event technology and audience participation products, corporate events have the ability to become once-in-a-lifetime experiences for guests.
Here are a few ways to give your next corporate event all you’ve got.
Be Socially Acceptable.
Give your guests a voice of their own with products like SocialCast!
High Tech Meets Text
Allow guests to interact straight from their SmartPhones with Text Live!
Set the Scene
A Surprising Photo Op
Your guests can take their selfie-game to a whole new level by incorporating a mirror booth!
Incorporate Snapchat’s GeoFilters
Give your tech-savvy guests an opportunity to show-off where they are and what event they’re attending! We can create custom media based on your organization’s branding that’s unique and fun for your guests.
For even more ideas about how to keep your guests engaged at your next corporate event, see what our experts say below:
With our very own Cleveland Cavaliers marching their way through the NBA playoffs, families and friends all over Greater Cleveland are coming together to cheer on our team.
As we all know, a night out at any sporting event can be VERY costly. From tickets, to transportation, food, and beverages, a simple night out can turn into a credit card on a respirator with a hole burnt in your pocket (and soul).
All of that “moolah” spent on a night out for two? Why not allocate and relocate the fandom and host a viewing party that ALL your friends and family can enjoy?
RTHAV is seasoned in the art of throwing parties. Let us tell you how to throw the BEST sports viewing party EVER that the neighborhood will never stop talking about.
Light Up The Night
Illuminate your home with your team colors. That way, there is no room for misunderstanding where the party is. Your guests will not only arrive at your party with no problems but also feel the team spirit even before walking in!
The Bigger, The Better
Turn your home into your own personal viewing theater and rent a huge LED monitor for your guests. Your once “average” viewing party with a 40-inch TV is taken to a whole new level when your home turns into a professional theater with a 70-inch viewing screen.
Let’s Get Loud
Blow your guests’ minds (and not your speakers) by having a team of professionals install top-of-the-line surround sound in your home for the game. The sound system will bring the “just walked into the stadium” feeling straight to your home. You’ll get to feel as if you are at the game while enjoying the comfort of sitting on your own couch. Seems like a win-win in our book!
Take Things Outside
Don’t want to mess up the entire house with people trafficking in and out? That’s ok. Set up your watch party in a tent in your yard. Your guests will enjoy themselves in a new and exciting setting and you won’t worry about footprints tracking through your home from travel throughout the house.
The Whole Nine Yards
Can’t find a sitter? Don’t panic. The kids can be entertained by renting giant, interactive games to play with during the big game. That way, mom and dad can enjoy their time and no child is left bored. Seldom can parents drag their kids to an “adult” party that they will enjoy, but life-size tic-tac-toe brings the fun for kids of all ages (including the adults)!
How do you execute a party to such a degree? Don’t fret, because when it comes to execution, Rock The House always nails it. Let us provide products and assist you while you throw the best viewing party of the season in the comfort of your own home!
Rock The House had the privilege to entertain at Giannathon – A family-friendly event which raised $25,000 for Alex’s Lemonade Foundation for childhood cancer research. The event honored the young hero, Gianna Andolina, and her amazing family who discovered Gianna’s leukemia diagnosis when she was only 3-years old.
“Giannathon is the brainchild of Gianna Andolina’s parents, Julie and Adam. Gianna was diagnosed with leukemia on June 30, 2014 and began treatment on July 1, 2014. After making sure their daughter had the proper care at the Cleveland Clinic, Julie and Adam began researching childhood cancer to better educate themselves.”
The event, which was promoted as a “family-friendly dance party,” was packed with youthful energy, love, and support for Gianna and her family. We danced, played, and unapologetically celebrated life – just as Gianna has done through her courageous journey.
“We honestly could not have asked for more from Matt at Rock the House for our inaugural Giannathon. He was extremely engaging and had so many people on the dance floor throughout the event which is exactly what the event was all about — raising money for pediatric cancer and DANCING!”
– Jenna Zone Tucci (Gianna’s Aunt)
Thank you, Gianna, for the inspiration. Can’t wait til next year!
Photo Credit: Tracy Geagan Photography