The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

September 22, 2010
Komen Race supports breast cancer research
Shure, Sennheiser and AKG mics are used to pick up the Mark Stinger Band. The sound is sent to remote speaker towers by radio.
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Aerobics instructors with Shure UHF-R wireless and Countryman E-6 headset mics warm the crowd up for the race.
Thousands of runners and walkers on Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Our QSC WideLine line array systems are light enough to use on Genie ST25 lifts for long throw wide angle audio coverage.

Every year, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure brings thousands of runners and walkers to Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway in support of breast cancer research.  This national event has grown exponentially over the decades – from 5,000 attendees in 1990, to 150,000 in 2010. 

Clear Sound has been proud to participate in this important event since its very first year, increasing the scope and sophistication of our service as the race has grown in size and complexity.  Today, we provide clear, intelligible sound over a 3/4-square-mile area, using systems that we engineered specifically for these challenging circumstances.  From speeches and awards to choir performances and marching bands, the diverse audio needs of this massive event have been met with expertise by our technicians for the last two decades.