When Aztec Tents was asked to build two 1930s-era circus tents for the Water for Elephants movie set, they knew they’d have to do some homework. The plan called for “Big Tops” constructed with authentic materials and construction methods.
Planners and suppliers alike are saying that clients are looking for beautiful, organic, natural, fun and affordable. All of these things are leading to the estimated 11% increase in outdoor events this year.
Tensioned fabric structure provider Moss Inc. has added Eco Blend Poly Duck to its line of environmentally friendly fabrics. The fabric is made from 45% recycled polyester yarn — made from clear, recycled plastic bottles — and will replace Moss’s current Poly Duck at no additional cost.
Aztec Tents, a tent manufacturer based in Torrance, Calif., has introduced the radically re-designed Tidewater Frame Tent System.
Aztec Tents has teamed with legendary tent designer Todd Dalland to launch an exciting initiative to bring technological and design innovations to the rental tent market. Aztec has retained Dalland to consult for its recently launched focus group which will explore new industrial advancements and strategies for developing the next generation of rental tents to hit the industry.
As the scorching sun goes down over Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., Brad Kramer doesn’t take his eyes off the crowd. Over 65,000 people have gathered to listen to President Barack Obama address Arizona State University’s (ASU) graduating class, and as president and CEO of event management company PRO EM, it’s Kramer’s job to ensure a flawless experience for all.