Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 6, 2005
September 6, 2005 -- D A V Productions announced today it will donate a portion of profits from all relocated conventions and meetings originally scheduled in New Orleans.
Last year, New Orleans was the fifth-most-popular convention and tradeshow destination in the United States. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina's devastation, some Gulf Coast tradeshows and conferences are being cancelled, but many are moving to other cities. Convention managers and meeting organizers are scrambling to relocate their events, potentially generating windfall profits for convention-related businesses in other cities.
ÂWe want to do everything we can to help those who need to relocate,Â says D A V Productions COO and part owner Ben Brownback, Âbut capitalizing on this tragedy would be wrong.
ÂWeÂre prepared to partner with event planners and get them what they need Â even on short notice. And weÂre committed to giving a portion of the profits back to the people of New Orleans who have been devastated by this tragedy.Â
ÂPicking up last-minute events relocated from New Orleans will be a lot of work," says D A V Productions director of sales, Ryan Legue. ÂBut we recently completed a new production facility thatÂs doubled our capacity, so weÂre ready for the challenge.Â
D A V Productions is a Las Vegas based production company, serving the video and media needs of agencies and corporate clients, as well as the staging, labor and coordination requirements of tradeshows, conventions and special events. With a recent $1 million investment in cutting-edge audio, lighting and video technology, D A V Productions provides one of the best, most complete production solutions in Las Vegas.
For more information, please visit D A V Productions online at http://www.davproductions.com
To make a donation to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, visit http://www.redcross.org/