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Saddleback Church Uses StageGear For Mobile System Needs

The church utilizes StageGear cases to transport its expensive equipment to the wide assortment of venues.

In addition to hosting events at its headquarters in Lake Forest, California, and its other Southern California locations in San Clemente, Irvine, and Corona, Saddleback Church sponsors events at a number of regional campus churches. The church utilizes StageGear cases and other products to transport and haul its expensive equipment in trucks and trailers and hauling it to the wide assortment of venues.

“We use many different StageGear cases,” observes Saddleback technical director Greg Baker, who oversees the church’s audio, video, and lighting teams. “We use StageGear work boxes, cable trunks, and racks, including many rolling, portable racks. We also bought a great computer case and a couple of cases for motorized TV lifts. StageGear even built several custom cases designed for our specific needs.

“StageGear is also great to work with,” says Baker. “Their customer service is excellent, and they make all cases, even the custom cases, quickly. [StageGear founder and president] Bob Blackhurst gave us a full solution and continues to help us through new projects.”

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