November 8, 2017

November 2017 Partner of the Month: Aspire4more Productions

Aspire4more Productions has been selected as the Columbia Chamber’s November Partner of the Month for their incredible collaboration and support to the Chamber for nearly a decade. Aspire4more is a true team member of the Columbia Chamber each year in producing the Annual Gala, providing full AV production services, and always exceeding expectations by providing stage and lighting customization to give each event a unique atmosphere.

According to Tony Sharpe, Owner of Aspire4more, their customers are always priority #1. “As an AV provider, we strive to take our clients to the next level by aspiring to provide more than just the average set up. By doing this we have gained a reputation of going the extra mile. We don’t want to be just another AV provider, but rather provide a service that builds relationships with our clients that last.”

Aspire4more Productions has been in business for 19 years serving numerous Partners in the midlands including the South Carolina Hospital Association, the USO, Palmetto Health, Palmetto Health Foundation, and the University of South Carolina just to name a few. For 10 years, Tony and his team have supported the Columbia Chamber for our Annual Gala which is now considered one of the best in the region with nearly 1,000 attendees every year.

The best way to contact Aspire4more is by phone at 803-429-2503 or email. To learn more about Aspire4More and to see photos of their work, visit their Facebook page.


The Partner of the Month spotlights Chamber Partners who have shown great efforts in assisting the Chamber’s mission to create and promote an environment where businesses can flourish in the region. 

The Partner of the Month is chosen based on community involvement, local leadership efforts and utilization of Chamber Partnership. For a full list of requirements and benefits, or to nominate a current Chamber Partner, fill out form here.

For more information about the Partner of the Month, contact Chris Wulf.

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