Partnering with the City of Cincinnati 

We're always happy to lend a hand in anyway possible to support our own Queen City. That was proven when the City of Cincinnati called upon our services with a four day notice for assistance with a high profile symposium. On Friday, March 31, t he City hosted "Unlocking the Tri-State Region:  Foreign Direct Investment Symposium." 
This program focused on foreign-direct investment strategy as it relates to capital flow into the region's infrastructure and real estate. The day included multiple panels, panelists, and a keynote speaker. 

From receiving the initial call on the Tuesday of that week, to walking through the job site the following day, and then handling all sound, wireless coordination, and engineering labor, we were proud to support an event focused on the growth potential of our City. 

Mark O'Connell, keynote speaker at Unlocking the Tri-State Region
Seamless Event Support

We've noticed a trend over the past few months: Working a cluster of jobs at a rather frequent rate for repeat clients. The trust and experience that has been built with our client base has led us to work side-by-side with them on multiple projects over the course of sometimes just a few days or within a week. Such recent examples of this phenomenon include: 
  • Back-to-back nights of backline at the Aronoff: We pitched in at The Broadway Boys on March 29, and then headed back downtown with a different package to support Giada Valenti on March 30.
  • Working in threes at the Lexington Opera House: EE headed down I-75 to the Lexington Opera House three different times over the course of three weeks throughout April to supply backline for a total of seven different performances. 
  • Musky Pride: This month had us showing some Musky pride with two unique events at Xavier University. The first had EE providing production for the Concert for a Cause, organized by the University's Unified for Uganda organization. The second event, The Annual XavierFest, had EE back at XU just a little over a week later to provide full production support for the popular event organized by the Student Activities Council.
The Midtown Men perform at The Lexington Opera House. EE provided the full backline package for three days of performances.
We're Looking To Grow
EE is looking to add to its team and bring on an additional stellar human being for a Sales & Project Manager role. Know anyone who may fit the criteria? Perhaps you? Further details can be found here.

Upcoming Events

Here are a few upcoming events that we are proud to be a part of happening across the area.

Tuesday, May 9
The singer-songwriter, Ben Folds, is heading to town to play alongside the Cincinnati Pops for a special performance at The Taft Theater. We're honored to be providing some backline and supplemental audio for the event.  

Friday, May 19-Saturday, May 20
EE is heading back up to West Chester once again to support the Buckeye BBQ Fest, hosted by the Rotary Club of West Chester/Liberty. The two-day event at The Square at Union Center boasts live music, great food, good drinks and entertainment for the whole family. We'll be on hand, providing backline for artists. 

Saturday, May 20
The annual bluegrass festival returns to Bellevue once again. This year's event is held in the Spring and features performances from Honey & Houston, The Vickie Vaughn Band, The Restless Leg String Band and many others. EE will be back at it this year, providing full production support for the day-long festival. 
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