Total Event Services in conjunction with BigScreenVideoNT installed a Perimeter digital signage system over ninety meters long at TIO stadium for the recent Parramatta Eels vs Canberra Raider NRL match. The Digital Signage system allowed sponsors of the match to advertise with clear daylight viewable images to both the audience at the match and on national television coverage. This was a first for a Northern Territory and Total Event Services is Proud to support the Eels in their engagement with the Northern Territory Rugby community.
Colin West & his Framelock structures are a finalist in the prestigious 2013 Australian Event Awards!
Congratulations are again in order!
Colin West, of Framelock Structures, has been named among the most innovative and outstanding in the Australian events industry as a finalist for the prestigious annual Australian Event Awards to be presented in November this year.
Competing in the award category Best Product or Service, Colins’ Framelock Crowd Control Barrier System was selected from hundreds of entries from across Australia and an incredibly diverse range of industries to make the list of just four finalists in this category.
Finger’s Crossed for Colin at the awards night in November!
The TES team had a ball working with Candy Jam this year. The event drew a huge crowd & everyone had a blast.
Can you see yourself in this video?
Candy Jam is a 5km fun run full of colour! There is no prerequisite for fitness level or skill set. Run, crawl, walk or cartwheel your way to the finish line – the choice is yours.
The idea behind Candy Jam is that each participant starts in white clothing. at every kilometer mark you are dazzled with a new colour. The colour is dyed corn flour and you will slowly find yourself turning from a bland white to a colourful live and animated piece of candy!
They’re all about fun and keeping friends and family active. With no pressure on competing and the event being open to all age groups, there really is no reason not to be involved.
Partnering with Camp Quality you can be assured that participants are all assisting with raising funds for this worthwhile charity.
Congratulations to boss-man Colin West who took out a major 2013 engineering award for “small business venture and products” early this year.
His latest innovation is the Framelock Shade Systems structure which is believed to be the world’s first portable shade structure certified to withstand winds of up to 108kms/hr.
You may remember the structure covering approx. 20,000 people at Darwin Cup and the V8 supercars.
Featuring box aluminium poles and flat fabric roof, the shade cover has a SPF 43 rating, blocking out 97.6% of UV rays. An added bonus is it won’t kill the grass so can be left up for extended periods.
Get in touch with the TES team if you’re interested in hiring this, or similar shade structures for your next outdoor event!