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Thursday, August 6, 2009
Weddings on location with a green tinge
The establishment of Kennards Events results from a partnership with the owners of Barlens Event Hire, which has more than 42 years experience in the event hire industry, and has been the market leader in the ACT, Southern Highlands and South Coast of NSW. Kennards Hire, which celebrates its 60th anniversary next year, is Australia's largest privately-owned hire company with more than 90 locations nation-wide. The combination of Kennards Hire and Barlens Event Hire presents a formidable new force in the Event Hire industry. You can be confident when you entrust your special event or function to Kennards Events you will be receiving the highest standard of event hire equipment and service available.
Throughout our website you will find many helpful links dedicated to organizing weddings, corporate functions, community & cultural events, audio visual production, lighting & sound, as well as many great party ideas. We have modeled our website on our existing showrooms with an emphasis on providing ideas to help make your event particularly special. You will find a feast of information on weddings, an area dedicated to corporate functions, a heap of great party ideas, a section focused on community & cultural events, and a section featuring audio visual & lighting.
Kennards Events has been helping all sorts of people with all sorts of events since 1965. We know that with special events you rarely get a second chance so everything must be right first time, every time. That is why so many people have come to depend on us.
A Summary of Our Green Policy
Kennards Events recognizes that as a company, our work will have a direct and direct impact on the local, regional and global environment. We are committed to minimizing our negative impacts and acting in a sustainable way. We achieve this through initiatives in the following areas:
Kennards Events acknowledges that there are future environmental initiatives that can be taken and are constantly looking at new ways to minimize the environmental impact of business operations.
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