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LHAT and SCUP Upcoming Conferences

Eustis Wood Chairs at Upcoming Coming Conferences


Next week, Eustis Chair will be exhibiting our unbeatable wood chairs at two events. First, we will exhibit at the League of Historic American Theaters National Conference and Theatre Tour (LHAT). After, we will exhibit at  The Society for College and University Planning Annual Conference (SCUP).


LHAT is the largest nationwide conference for historic theatre professionals. To add, the conference also includes vendors and service providers, and community leaders in the theatre industry. The conference and tour emphasize collaboration among different members of society. In addition, Individuals bring ideas and challenges that come along with operating, programming and sustaining historic theaters. This year is LHAT’s 43 annual conference. The conference will be stationed in Philadelphia. Subsequently, Eustis Chair will be exhibiting in the middle of all the action July 15-17th.


After that, SCUP is an organization of professional and college community leaders. They specialize in integrated planning and expanded conversation of higher education programs. In addition, conference members aim to elevate learning potential by collaborating on tools to expand the skills of higher education leaders. This year, SCUP will be setting up shop in the heart of Seattle, Washington. Eustis Chair will be exhibiting at booth 207 from July 14-16.


Not Our First Rodeo 


Finally, we have worked with several theaters and colleges over the years to craft unbeatable wood chairs for their use – recent examples include MSU’S Wharton Center theater, the University of Connecticut, and Washington University in St. Louis, to name a few. Both colleges and theaters need chairs that will stand up to any challenge, set to withstand anything in a busy setting. If you’re in Philadelphia July 15-17th or Seattle July 14-16th, stop by and say hello! We would love to talk to you about any future renovations you may be facing or to answer and questions you may have. If we can be of assistance to you in a more urgent manner, please contact us online or by phone at 978-827-3103.

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