Award Winning Corporate Event Entertainment

Rock The House is really excited to come back from Columbus to our office in Cleveland with our ISES Wow Award for Best Meeting or Conference over 100K. Rock The House was nominated for State Chemical‘s 100th Anniversary Conference and Events from November 2011.

Watch this video to see highlights from our ISES WOW win in Columbus, Ohio:

The State Chemical Anniversary weekend had a lot of components and involved every division of the company. In addition to the Videography division’s many important contributions, the lighting division was all over this event! Creating effects in a variety of rooms in two different divisions, this event had a large-scale production feel without overwhelming the guests. Uplightsgobo company logos, stage lighting, and pin spotting were all being controlled by our lighting designer who was orchestrating the atmosphere. The DJ / MC Entertainment and Photo Booth Divisions also played big roles in this grand affair. One highlight of the event was this Glee themed opening session video:

State Chemical Centennial Celebrations

Celebrating 100 Years

Rock The House Entertainment Group was chosen to help plan and execute a two-day international conference which included a number of special celebrations. State Chemical brings together their entire sales force from all over the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico to discuss new products and sales tactics. What made this conference extra special is that they also celebrated the company’s 100th anniversary. Founded in Cleveland in 1911 by the Zucker family, the company has grown considerably over the last century.

Rock The House arranged for many different aspects of this two-day seminar and event weekend. Opening sessions, a multitude of breakout sessions, and a gala dinner all took place at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cleveland. Rock The House provided lighting, sound equipment and production, photography, videography, video production of short films, event planning, and entertainment throughout the two days. The last event of the weekend was dinner and dancing at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Mayor Frank Jackson was in attendance to celebrate the company’s centennial.

Rock The House is very proud to work with this prestigious and successful Cleveland company on an event that cements them as one of Cleveland’s greatest success stories.