Monday, October 14, 2013
The first ever Titan Terror Tailgate hosted by AV Services, WCN and Titan Radio 88.9 FM kicked of Westminster College's AV Week festivities. The event brought in students, faculty and staff for a viewing of last year's Titan Terror Project entries, Starbucks coffee, chocolates and cookies. Members of the Titan Radio crew performed a live on-location broadcast, and WCN was also onhand to cover the event as it unfolded.
Several individuals who attended this event received won special door prizes or t-shirts, but all enjoyed good company and lawn games.
"Ladderball, Cornhole, and refreshments at lunch time is never a bad idea," said sophomore Public Relations major Savanna Adams. "The weather certainly didn't hurt either," Adams added, referring to the sunny skies and 70 degree temperatures.
"It was really great to see the students and faculty get involved with our event," said AV Assistant Media Library Manager Andrew Henley. "I really enjoyed the chocolate chip cookies, games, and music that was played from Titan Radio. I thought it was a terrific way to kick off AV Week!"
The tailgate event was the first of many planned for Westminster's 2013 AV Week, a week long world-wide celebration created by InfoComm International. All events are free and open to the public. It's annual tradition that highlights the prevalence and value of the certified professionals, the career opportunities, and the advancements of a vibrant $75 billion AV industry. Westminster's AV department applauds their colleagues here and around the globe, spotlighting AV technologies, services, and the impact they have on everyday communications and our lives.
If you have any questions about this event or any of our AV Week events please contact Audio Visual Services at (724) 946-7188 or firstname.lastname@example.org