CPR Launches Video Roadshow At the Pentagon

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GAITHERSBURG, MD--Video Roadshow debuted at the US Air Force Memorial Dedication on Oct. 14-15, 2006 at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. Video Roadshow delivers the highest resolution available in self-contained trailers. Each Video Roadshow houses a state-of-the-art, hydraulically raised 9 x 12 foot Barco D7 LED screen plus a control room with switching and playback equipment. Able to display every type of live and recorded video content, the screens rise to a top height of 18 feet and can be rotated 360 degrees for optimal viewing.

One technician handles delivery and operation. Set-up and teardown are complete in approximately 30 minutes, eliminating expensive labor costs associated with traditional LED walls. Each Video Roadshow has an on-board generator, can run on shore power, requires no additional structures and is virtually weatherproof.

"Video Roadshow will change the economics of special events, targeted advertising and experiential marketing," said Jeff Studley, president of CPR MultiMedia Solutions. "Now businesses and organizations of all types and sizes can take full advantage of a technology proven to attract attention, boost attendance, increase sponsorship and enhance audience response - without the crushing expense."

Video Roadshow can be used for indoor and outdoor events held at fair grounds and convention centers, in parking lots, on city streets, including sporting events, concerts, festivals, public information display, political campaigns, grand openings, product launches, trade shows, religious celebrations and public safety needs. For information visit www.videoroadshow.tv.

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