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Client Success Story: Love & Company’s New Location

Moving into a new space can be an ideal opportunity to upgrade your audio-video technology. That’s precisely what Love & Company decided to do when they relocated to their new location.  As an accomplished marketing company that primarily serves senior living facilities, they wanted technology-driven solutions to support their creative experiences, connectivity, and collaboration in their various meeting spaces.  The leadership team at Love & Company recognized the opportunity to build a technology upgrade into their growth plan. By incorporating the A/V upgrade into the renovation, they could realize a more cost-effective approach vs. installing retroactively.  The team primarily operates…

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Client Success Story: Mount St. Mary’s

When considering a user-friendly audio-video experience for the new Campus Activity Center at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Maryland, the team wanted a flexible and functional solution. Jon Hager, the Director of Campus Activities, made sure the system design would accurately reflect the various events that would take place at the center. Since many of the students who attend The Mount live on campus, the Activity Center is an integral part of campus life. It might host a lecture by day and then transform to a concert venue by night.  John Brewer, the Director of Client Computing & Audio Visual…

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Client Success Story: Episcopal High School

Longtime client, Episcopal High School, located in Alexandria, VA, needed A/V updates for a new renovation project they were working on in a couple of their classrooms. Looking to invest in robotics technology and education, EHS was transforming an existing classroom into a new robotics laboratory. And AVG was up to the challenge. The renovation project took a large, 50-seat lecture classroom with stadium-style seating and turned it into a multi-use open lab. The new open classroom could have two classes at once with a center divider splitting up the room, or an open-concept study/design space, depending on the need. AVG…

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Client Success Story: Church of the Redeemer

Church of the Redeemer is a multicultural and multigenerational church with five campuses in Maryland—Clarksburg, Frederick, Rockville, and two in Gaithersburg. Their large services always include live contemporary worship music, lighting, and video elements. For quite some time, Church of the Redeemer has been looking to upgrade their video display system in their main Worship Center at their main campus in Gaithersburg. This worship space has over 2,000 seats, and our main task was to provide an innovative and cutting-edge video solution that would not only help the congregation engage in the service, but also provide the church with the best…

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Blue Crabs and Blue Prints Event Rental

Blue Crabs and Blue Prints is the largest annual fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County. Each year, community members gather to enjoy a relaxing evening of great music, unbelievable food tastings from local Frederick restaurants and caterers, refreshing beverages, and one of Maryland’s best traditions, an all-you-can-eat crab feast! During the event, announcements are made, videos are presented, and live music is played. Audio-Video Group sponsors the event each year, providing A/V equipment and technicians to run the event. Here’s what we supplied this year: Two (2) wireless microphones Four (4) speakers Two (2) 82” displays for equipment…

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Client Success Story: Trinity United Methodist Church Installation

We install sound, video, and lighting equipment in houses of worship of all denominations throughout the year. These projects are some of our favorites because we know the positive impact quality installations can have on the congregations and we know we’ll be part of the church’s community for years to come. Our most recent house of worship installation took place at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Germantown, Maryland. This project included the installation of professional-quality sound reinforcement and video projection systems in the sanctuary, so it was split into two phases. One thing we had to keep in mind…

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Client Success Story: AOPA

AOPA, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, exists to protect and grow the skill and hobby of general aviation. They operate out of offices in Frederick and Washington, D.C., and have more than 100,000 members across 75 countries. Their Frederick headquarters was having issues with previously installed ceiling microphones in one of their meeting spaces, so they approached AVG for an upgrade. The main issue was that the ceiling microphones weren’t getting enough coverage for every person in the room. Because of the placement and the style of the microphone, some people would be loud and clear, and others were…

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Client Success Story: Mount Calvary Baptist Church

For many churches and houses of worship, taking the leap to a new A/V system can be a huge step. But for Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Rockville, it was a huge step that had an even bigger payoff. We worked with them for more than a year to design an upgraded audio, video, and lighting system to bring them better products and more control. Church Audio System The first step in this project was the church’s audio system. Their system was last upgraded about a decade ago, so we helped them enhance that existing system and added a few…

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Client Success Story: Mount St. Mary’s University

Mount St. Mary’s University is a private, liberal arts, Catholic university in Emmitsburg, Maryland. We’ve worked with the University for nearly twenty years, updating the sound and video in multiple classrooms, auditoriums, athletic venues, and their arena, as well as helping with various events on campus. Most recently, we updated the sound and video equipment in Laughlin Auditorium and O’Donnell Lecture Hall. Laughlin Auditorium Laughlin Auditorium is located in the Coad Science Building and is used for classes, movies, and other school functions. Because of the diversity of uses for the auditorium, it was important that it had the appropriate…

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