Thursday 26 April 2012

Time to Start Loading the Barres!

We have started to bundle and test load our barres for the big trip to the RDA National Festival in Montreal next week.  It has been a huge undertaking, but in the end, we're sure it will be worth it.  Some photos:

All strapped down and ready to load:

Fasten your seatbelts!

Bars with protective netting:
Up the ramp at full speed!

Friday 20 April 2012

Phase One Has Begun!

Everything is falling into place for the Boss Ballet Barre Pros we are providing for the RDA National Festival, coming up in just over a week!  Below you can see some of the powder coated pieces used:

The foot pieces are assembled with a patented process that uses anti-scuff inserts, which help prevent damage and marking of any surface, designed with dance flooring in mind:

We have our custom carts completed, and the parts of the barres that can be assembled before heading down the highway have begun that process.  Each cart can carry a whole lot of weight, and what you see below is the "foot assemblies" used for stability on the barres:

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Monday 16 April 2012

Boss Ballet Barre Photo Shoot!

Our ballet barres starred in their modelling debut last Thursday.  The photo session took all day, but was handled expertly by our awesome photographer Anthony Parazo.  The barres themselves were respendant, and an example of every size and configuration was present.  We will be using the photos, once approved, for everything from our business cards to our e-commerce website.

A quick video shot during the set up:

Monday 9 April 2012

Our First Blog Post!

This is our first Blog post, in what is sure to become an interesting digest of Boss Ballet Barres adventures in the world of dance.

We have been scrambling to get ready for the RDA National Festival, coming up in Montreal at the end of this month/beginning of May.  This is a huge event for us, and has taken many manhours of planning, procuring and organizing, and there is still a ways to go.

Stay tuned here for updates as we get closer to heading down the highway to la Belle Province!