Try a Party Tent as an building extension

Need to add space to your existing venue but don't want to increase your taxes or building an extension is not in your budget? Try adding a heavy duty elegant tent from Armbruster. Armbruster tents are built strong and built to last. Our EuroTent and TensionTent options are some of the most popular for weddings, parties, concerts, and any special event. Many churches purchase Armbruster tents for services while the church is under construction, or not large enough to hold all the people. The Armbruster PoleTent and Celebration frame tents are perfect options as well, and less expensive. Celebratons make great connecting canopies or separate areas for bathrooms or caterers.Contact us today for a quote, many sizes in stock and on sale. http://www.armbrustertentmaker.com/ and sales@armbrustertentmaker.com....

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TensionTent for Weddings In Salt Lake City, UTAH

Recently Armbruster installed our premium tent for a customer in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Western Garden Center. The customer needed a tent for Weddings, parties and specials events - however they wanted to be installed year round and be able to take high winds and snow, but have a distinct look to set them apart from other wedding venues in the area. The solution: the snow rated TensionTent from Armbruster! The TensionTent is available in 36ft, 48ft, 72ft, and 112ft widths. Rated for 25 psf (120mph wind rating) this unique design best handles snow loads, rain and high winds. The key benefit is that it is also easy to install with no guy ropes, no internal complex framing, and no required machinery...

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Armbruster Builds first Tension Structure in 1972

During the Milwaukee Summer Fest in 1972, located in Milwaukee, WI, Armbruster Mfg. Co. was contracted to build and install a unique tension style stage cover for the entertainers. These included Johnny Cash and George Carlin. This was also the same event George Carlin was arrested for his 7 dirty words you can't say on television.Bernard Armbruster, President of Armbruster Mfg. Co., installed the structure in 1972 over the stage. This experience helped lead us to later TensionTent designs we introduced in the 1980s and finally received patents for in 1990.This structure was a unique design with no sidepoles. It was guyed off the center poles on stage. Made from early vinyl fabrics, and sewn at that time, it became a beautiful back drop for the Milwaukee Summer Fest. The...

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