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Thursday
Feb182010

Lighting Tower Supports For the 2010 Vancouver Olympics

Brown United recently built the stately Snowboard Lighting Tower Supports for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, BC. Follow the latest Olympic news...(below left)


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Snowboarding was introduced to the at the 1998 Nagano Olympics with halfpipe and individual giant slalom being the inaugural competitions. At the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, Parallel giant slalom replaced the Individual slalom and snowboard cross was introduced at the 2006 Torino Olympics. In the short history of Olympic snowboarding, the United States leads all nations with 14 medals, Switzerland is second with eight and France has five.

 

Thursday
Jul162009

Bleachers and Audience Seating for Red Bull X Fighters 2009

                                          

Once again Brown United did their job efficiently and successfully to create an amazing Red Bull X Fighters in Dallas/Ft. Worth.

Brown United provided Bleachers and Video Support.

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"Producing a large scale, multi-venue, televised event is a huge challenge and certainly not an exact science. Flexibitly, quality, dependability and diligence are the necessary qualities that I have found in Brown United.

I have often said, this event could not happen without the dedication of Brown, our largest vendor for the X Games. They continue to exceed my expectations year after year. The fact is, I have a comfort level level with Brown United that I can't get anywhere else, and that is why we use them for every event ESPN produces."  

Dittmann, Anthony - ESPN

 

 

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Monday
Jul062009

Concert Roof for Rio Tinto Stadium - The Eagles

Brown United provided the Concert Roof for Salt Lake City, Utah’s Rio Tinto Stadium.  The Eagles performed live for the venue's first-ever concert on May 9, 2009.

The concert—and the stadium—did not disappoint. The Eagles were in fine form, flawlessly playing the hits that made them famous more than 30 years ago, including "Already Gone," "Take It To The Limit" and "Witchy Woman." The best performance of the night was "Hotel California," no doubt the band's most popular song and a crowd favorite.   Click here to read more...

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