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COLUMBUS, Ohio—In early June, approximately 400 attendees entered the Hyatt Regency Columbus in tie-dye shirts and 70s attire for a psychedelic time at the Woodcraft Flashback to the 70s.

PSAV provided a 12-foot by 16-foot screen, a Christie Roadster 10k projector, moving and static lights, KF300 sound system and a Hog III lighting console.

“The client came to me with a very specific vision,” said Director of Event Technology Scott Levine. “She really wanted to showcase the 70s theme and we did just that.”

The team filled the ballroom with gobos of flowers, a peace sign, and chose colors that would emit a 70s vibe.

“It was a great experience working at this event and extremely rewarding to see the client’s positive reaction throughout and after the event,” said Levine.


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