Leeds PLASA Exhibitor Spotlight – The 2 Week Countdown Begins

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Leeds PLASA Exhibitor Spotlight – The 2 Week Countdown Begins

The Leeds PLASA show is nearly upon us and here at Flightcase Warehouse we’ve officially started our 2 week countdown until we exhibit! (Stand N-B06 if you’re visiting the event). Whether you’ll be heading up North this May 9th-10th or not, here you can get the lowdown on some of the most exciting AV brands to exhibit this time round. Here’s our shortlist..

Chauvet DJ / Professional

Chauvet is a company that continues to impress us with its incredible array of professional lighting kit that has been embraced by a significant number of profs in impressively varied areas of event management and performance. Founded in 1990 by Albert and Bernice Chauvet, they have always promised and delivered development of pioneering concepts to market. Chauvet are the official sponsors of PLASA Leeds, and so they have an incredibly well pronounced presence here – which is well deserved. (Check out our Chauvet Professional flight cases here).
Roland

Roland are throughout the AV industry and we’re proud to work with them for a number of their protective and transportation solutions. Heralded as top quality manufacturers of not only quality AV equipment, but of many different products used throughout the music industry, they’re a true industry titan. Founded in 1972, in Osaka, Roland manufacture a huge line of pianos, amplifiers, guitars and even organs just to name a few of their products. They fit right in here at PLASA with their diverse catalogue, and prove once again why their brand is one that has not only stood the test of time but also grown to be recognised on an international scale.

Prolight Concepts Group

A member of the VIP list here at PLASA, the Prolight Concepts team have successfully grown their company into an international brand through the application of hard work and quality products since their inception on 1996. A UK based exhibitor just like Flightcase Warehouse, Pro Light Concepts have such a rigorous understanding of the needs in the lighting industry due to their MD (Andrew Jeffrey) harbouring a background DJ’ing. It was the lack of alternative products within the UK that led Andrew to starting up what would become the iconic Prolight Concepts Group.

Peavey Amplification:

Anybody and everybody within the AV industry are aware of Peavey and their incredible line of products that continue to shape and define musical landscapes today. Born in 1965, Peavey has since become one of the world’s largest manufacturers of professional sound equipment and musical instruments. Known for products including the Peavey 6505, a genre dominating amplifier head that has proven immensely popular with a great number of heavy metal bands, and the fantastic mini head series loved by big names and bedroom guitarists alike, Peavey will be a great presence at PLASA Leeds.

Audio Technica

Founded in Japan back in 1962, Audio Technica have since become a household name in state of the art audio equipment. It proclaims itself to be “devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of problem-solving audio equipment’, and is also committed to research – something we really admire. Audio Technica do not limit themselves only to professional AV equipment however, their products also include an impressive selection of microphones, and headphones that would please even the most discerning music fan.
And there you have it, our list of some of the must see exhibits here at PLASA in Leeds. Remember, if you do visit PLASA Leeds, and would like to learn more about what Flightcase Warehouse can offer to you in terms of protective equipment solutions, be sure to visit stand N-B06, or visit our website here.

Posted by: Jase on the case on April 26th, 2017
Tagged with: FCW, Flightcase, Proflightcase

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