• Cavalry Court Announces Partnership With Five-Star AudioVisual

    POSTED February 2, 2017

Cavalry Court has entered into an exclusive partnership with Five-Star AudioVisual, who will be the technology supplier for all their meetings and events.

“The expansion into the southwest market catapults Five-Star AudioVisual’s overall objective; continuing to stay a nichestyle provider while building dynamic, long-standing partnerships with elite hotels and resorts,” says Tenille Allen, director of PR and media, Five-Star AudioVisual. “This allows every client to receive the personalized, top quality service they deserve. We are very excited to be a part of Valencia Group’s newest hotel opening and look forward to upholding a high level of service integrity and ongoing successes.”

Five-Star AudioVisual will provide technology for all of Calvary Court’s in-house needs, which includes 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.

“Cavalry Court and The George, with their mix of outdoor elements and high-end accommodations, are set to elevate the travel and meeting experience for College Station,” says Marcus Latner, general manager, Cavalry Court and The George in College Station, Texas. “With their stellar expertise and customer service, Five-Star AudioVisual has been key to our ability to provide a wide range of offerings to our customers.”

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