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Skyy's the Limit

SAN FRANCISCO— The PSAV team at The Westin San Francisco Airport impressed potential clients at a recent site walkthrough with the Skyy Vodka/Campari Group.

The team was presented with a challenge to create an environment that resonated a lounge-like atmosphere with lighting, sound, draping and truss. PSAV Director of Event Technology Richard Gomez and Event Technology Specialists Stephanie Chu and Alzy Esperanza worked diligently to successfully create the scene and received compliments from potential clients, hotel staff, managers and hotel guests that ranged from, “Wow!” to “I have to get you guys to do my wedding.”

“Overall, every comment regarding our setup was a positive one, if not of awe,” said Chu.

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