LMG Expands Orlando Headquarters

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Orlando, FL – LMG, LLC, a national provider of video, audio, LED and lighting support, is pleased to announce plans to expand its current Orlando headquarters at 2350 Investors Row with a 50,000 square foot addition. Once complete, LMG’s headquarters will be 158,000 square feet. Construction will begin shortly and is slated for completion by February 2016.

LMG was founded in Orlando in 1984. LMG moved to its current location in 1996, originally 50,000 square feet, until the firm expanded to 108,000 square feet in 2008. Currently, LMG houses one of the largest air-conditioned warehouse spaces for a staging company in the United States. LMG has experienced steady growth over the last decade, and continually makes investments in new technology. This second expansion will provide a larger facility with the added warehouse and office spaces to position the firm to meet the increasing demand and accommodate for future growth.

“This current expansion is another step towards the future as we continue to grow as a full service technology provider for live events, concert tours, and integration projects,” said Les Goldberg, CEO of LMG.

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Shown: LMG’s current 108,000 square foot Orlando headquarters, to expand to 158,000 sf by early 2016.

Founded in 1984 by CEO Les Goldberg, LMG, LLC., is divided into three business segments – show technology, systems integration, and touring - each with a common mission of providing innovative video, audio and lighting solutions and technical expertise through personalized service, high quality technology, and a commitment to continuous improvement. LMG has offices in Orlando, Tampa, Las Vegas, Dallas, Detroit, and Nashville. LMG is owned by Entertainment Technology Partners, LLC, the parent company of a collection of exceptional brands within the live event and entertainment technology services industry. For more information, visit www.lmg.net or www.etp.net.



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