Good photography is important when listing your home for sale or rent. A photo will usually be the first impression a potential buyer or renter will have of your listing or house, and can influence their decision to view it or rent it.
Tahoe Production House was asked to bring the race to the web in a Live Webcast that played on www.racethelakeofthesky.com and a few other sponsoring websites. From there, the internet audience could experience the race and see exactly what was happening at all times! This two-day event featured a variety of competitions for Standup Paddlers of all ages and abilities. There were Relay Races, Standup Paddle Cross, a Five Mile Race, and the big event, a Fourteen Mile round trip paddle to Emerald Bay and back to Lakeview Commons.
Tahoe Production House was asked by Four Count Concepts and “Tresabell” to produce a Stageit.com show for them.
Have you heard of Stageit.com? It’s an online concert venue where performers can broadcast live and interactive experiences directly from a laptop, while offering unique fan experiences that are never archived. Performers can make money by performing, and can be in any location. The fans get to know their favorite performers, and get to request songs, tip, and make comments, as well as meet other like-minded fans. Because it’s virtual, you can watch the concert in your underwear.
Each year Tahoe Production House has been a proud sponsor of the Live at Lakeview Summer Music Series at the Lakeview Commons on El Dorado Beach.
The Live at Lakeview Summer Music Series was founded in 2012 to bring incredible live music the shores of Lake Tahoe and create a sense of community recreation for locals and visitors. It quickly became the pinnacle of summer in South Lake Tahoe with over 1500 in attendance every Thursday. Hundreds of those attendees utilize the free bike valet, while dozens more arrive on boats, paddleboards, and kayaks. The event series has already collected numerous awards including the 2012 Blue Ribbon Award for Experience.
It’s been said that dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole. I can’t imagine life without a dog. Frankly, I don’t want to – it’s too bleak and seems a lot less fun. (I think the longest I’ve ever gone without a canine companion was from age 5 to 9 ½, during which I begged my parents for a puppy daily.)
In my household our dogs are esteemed, respected and well-loved family members. If you at any point in the day hug your pooch, enjoy a round of puppy kisses or stare deep into his soulful eyes, consider bringing your furry friend on your next family photo shoot.