The company will give away free pairs of its flagship work gloves to all live event & AV professionals who sign up at stageacomeback.com during the month of June
BROOKLYN, NY — May 4, 2021 – Gig Gear LLC — maker of accessories designed specifically for music and audio production pros as well as all other live event and entertainment production professionals — has long been a partner of live event professionals, creating products that make their jobs safer and easier. After a difficult 2020 with the shutdown of live entertainment due to the pandemic, the possibility of a return to live events this summer is now on the horizon and Gig Gear wants to help industry workers get back to work.
In response, Gig Gear will be launching its Stage a Comeback promotion. Throughout the entire month of June, live audio and live entertainment professionals can log onto StageAComeback.com and register to receive a completely FREE pair of the company’s Gig Gloves.
After answering a few questions to verify their status in the industry and sharing a photo of themselves working a gig, AV professionals can select their free pair of Original Gig Gloves or the all-black Gig Gloves ONYX. After receiving their Gloves, participants are urged to use the #StageAComeback hashtag to post a photo showcasing their new Gig Gloves on social.
“After more than a year of the live entertainment, live events and live production industries being shut down and decimated due to the pandemic, it seems like we’re finally on the cusp of getting back to work,” said Danny Shatzkes, founder and CEO of Gig Gear. “At Gig Gear, we supply all of the great people that work in these industries and know how hard they’ve been hit. We decided that we wanted to do our small part and show our support of these incredibly talented and hard-working individuals. The ‘Stage A Comeback’ campaign is all about giving a little something to these people who have truly lost so much. We want to lend a hand and be a part of their journey to getting back to work. Safety on the job is always paramount, and with a pair of Gig Gloves on their hands, it’s one less thing they have to worry about as they get back out there. We hope with ‘Stage A Comeback’ we can play a small role in helping so many industry pros, as well as the industry as a whole, to stage a comeback!”
“At Gig Gear, our core customer base was out of a job when the pandemic hit and our industry as a whole was completely shut down,” said Evan Grazi, Gig Gear’s Director of Sales. “On both a personal and business level, having the live industry shut down was a complete blow. At Gig Gear, we strive to provide our customers with top-rated safety gear, and although we had to pivot our company in order to keep us afloat, we’ve never lost our vision. We can now finally see the light at the end of this dark, dark tunnel, and we’re excited to see what the future brings. Throughout this pandemic, we’ve been looking for a way to give back to our industry and now is the time. Through the ‘Stage a Comeback’ campaign, we hope to provide a free pair of Gig Gloves to countless professionals who are finally getting back to work. From the back to the front, the house will be rebuilt even stronger, and we are excited to be a part of that process.”
Gig Gloves are designed specifically for AV professionals and feature strong nylon threading throughout with TPR molding on the back of the hand and fingers to ensure ultimate protection. Fold-over fingertips allow for use of smaller tools and items, and Gig Gloves work with touchscreen devices without needing to remove the gloves. They are available in three models: Original Gig Gloves, all-black Gig Gloves ONYX and fleece-lined THERMO Gig Gloves and come in 6 sizes (XS-XXL).
Gig Gear’s other products include the Two Hand Touch, a wearable iPad and tablet harness that secures to the chest, leaving both hands free to interface with remote mixing or any other apps necessary during live production, and the Cam-A-Lot, a dual-sided video conferencing screen that features a green screen on one side and a white screen on the reverse.