Conference room and stage during presentation at Delta Dental's Business and Technology Summit at the Hyatt Regency Chicago

About Us

Worry Free AV

Worry less about technology so you can focus on running your event.


When it comes to your event’s audiovisual requirements, you need a provider you can trust to deliver the right technology at a fair price and assure successful, glitch-free presentation. In other words, you want to know you are working with professionals who are experienced in every AV aspect of your particular event.

From planning to execution, REEL IMPACT’S conference audiovisual support frees meeting planners to concentrate on the attendee experience without worry about technical incidents or issues.


As audiovisual professionals, we partner with you and become a dependable extension of your team. We provide expertise and a comprehensive range of services, working to anticipate, preempt, and solve technical issues before and during your event.

REEL IMPACTS’ clients are interested in long-term, personalized service. We serve the entire country from our central location with a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about the event business. Our crews include only attentive, expert, and polite technicians who care about your event. We want the very best results for your event. You can be assured of our technical expertise and a customer service experience that is professional.


REEL IMPACT Audiovisual has over 30 years of experience helping meeting planners worry less about AV. Groups we work with include businesses, associations and government agencies. Meetings we support range in size from 30 to 3000 and typically last 2 or more days. We’ve worked at hundreds of hotels and convention centers in cities across North America.


Better Value. REEL IMPACT Audiovisual offers competitive pricing that does not include the markup or commissions often included in hotel contracts.
Dedicated Technicians. Our technicians are dedicated to your event, and your event only.
We Tour With You. Having the ability to travel with you provides consistency from meeting to meeting.


Success is in the details. It’s in the planning upfront so that everybody’s on the same page.

The meeting planners we’ve worked with consider an event successful if it ran smoothly — without interruption or AV glitches. They plan everything in advance, leaving you time at the event to make adjustments where necessary. Event managers work closely with your hotel and banquets team, and the CSM, to create room diagrams, BEOs, and a total game plan for your event’s success. Why not partner with your audiovisual provider the same way. You need a relationship between planner and audiovisual provider that works as a team.

REEL IMPACT Audiovisual knows what it takes to provide such an experience — detailed planning, effective communication, and open lines of communication.


Types of Events

Groups we work with include businesses, associations and government agencies.

Size and Duration

Meetings we support range in size from 30 to 3000 and typically last 2 or more days.

Where we Serve

We’ve worked at hundreds of hotels and convention centers at locations across the country.

Case Studies

Ford Motor Company

REEL IMPACT Audiovisual provided AV services for FutureTruck, a competition for student engineers sponsored by Ford Motor Company and the U.S.Department of Energy.

REEL IMPACT Case Study Ford Motor Company

Department of Veterans Affairs

The Department of Veterans Affairs called on REEL IMPACT Audiovisual to support a conference that provided continuing education for its workforce.

REEL-IMPACT Case Study VA Finance Conference

Gateway Chapter, IIDA

REEL IMPACT Audiovisual supported the Gateway Chapter of the International Interior Design Association’s first annual design competition for commercial design.

REEL IMPACT Case Study IDEA Awards Show

Veterans Health Administration

REEL IMPACT’s technical, video and audiovisual services provided support for a resuscitation education program for physicians and nurses.

REEL IMPACT Case Study VA Resuscitation Education