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Philadelphia Antiques Show

Clear Sound will be providing onsite production for the upcoming Philadelphia Antiques Show, including speakers, amplification and mixing of wireless microphones for the various presenters throughout the show.
 In 2011, the Show celebrates its 50th year and continues to be recognized as the finest and most prestigious show in the United States, proudly offering diverse furnishings and decorative arts for the period and modern American home.
The show will take place that the Philadelphia Cruise Terminal building. It is a renovated naval factory built in 1874, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The 2011 Philadelphia Antiques Show will take place April 9-12, 2011. Additionally, the Preview Party will be on Friday, April 8.

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