The new cart improves upon the company’s UTC2200 by boasting a slightly larger frame to accommodate even more gear

Berlin, CT — February 12, 2019 — On-Stage, a division of The Music People, has unveiled its UTC5500 Utility Cart. The new cart is an update on the company’s popular UTC2200, featuring a slightly bigger frame and larger, all-terrain wheels.

The 8-inch front wheels swivel and lock in any position and feature a heavy-duty tread. The rear wheels feature the same treading and measure in at 10 inches. These durable wheels will easily plow through any conditions, helping musicians, roadies and audio pro’s haul their equipment with ease — including speakers, stands and instruments.

Boasting a larger frame than its predecessor, the compact, expandable cart measures in at 30 by 13.6 by 11.2 inches. When extended, the cart opens up to 52 by 13.6 by 37 inches to accommodate even more gear. The cart can haul up to 550 lbs and folds up for easy storage.

“Featuring an all-steel frame, the UTC5500 is an AV pro or musician’s best bet when looking to transport even their heaviest gear safely and efficiently,” said Leann Ryan, Product Line Manager for On-Stage. “This fully collapsible cart takes the stress out of gear transportation, allowing the users to focus their attention on what matters — the performance.”

For more information, please visit on-stage.com.

About On-Stage

On-Stage, a division of The Music People, is founded on a promise of affordability, durability and innovation. On-Stage products are used every day in studios, schools and on stages across the world by both professional players, students and weekend warriors alike. For more information, please visit on-stage.com or call toll-free at 1-800-289-8889.

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