As a family business Trystar has grown from a local shop to an industry leader and laid a solid foundation for continuing that success in the future. But that future comes with new challenges and opportunities that are best met by transitioning from a family business to a professionally managed enterprise. Trystar’s new CEO, Andrew […]
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For four days in July, Trystar portable power products and cable helped to bring power to the inaugural 3M Open on the PGA Tour. With over 6.5 miles of cable running from generators, everything from cash registers to the Friday night concert lights powered up for 3M Open’s first year success.
On average, 32 million people attend music festivals in the United States each year. Over 600 are scheduled for 2019. And not one of them is possible without portable power. That’s why many of the largest shows depend on Trystar products to keep the power on and the crowds rocking.
At the Soleheim Cup the LPGA’s best from America faces Europe in team competition. Rotating annually between European and American sites, the event visits Des Moines, Iowa for this prestigious event in August of 2017.
The PGA once again called on Trystar to provide power for a major tournament: The Zurich Open of New Orleans.
Trystar equipment was once again chosen to provide power for the stage and microphones at the 2017 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
The New Orleans Jazz Fest is one of America’s largest musical festivals with dozens of stages, as well as an event where Louisiana’s famous cuisine shares the spotlight. Once again, Trystar equipment was chosen to make sure the show went on.
Built in the early 1940’s, the Red Hill fuel storage facility buried deep in the mountains above Pearl Harbor is an engineering feat on the scale of Hoover Dam and the Golden Gate Bridge. Sixty-five years later it is still strategically vital to our nation’s defense, yet recently leaks were discovered which could compromise the Oahu aquifer that supplies Honolulu’s drinking water.