Johnson Boom Lift Rental has announced that Obion County plans to use its signature Boom Lift 3000 to welcome visitors to the annual county fair. The boom lift, which will be used in Saturday’s parade, will play a crucial role in the weekend’s festivities.
“We anticipate boom lift sales to soar for the Boom Lift 3000 after this week’s events,” said Sarah Monty, President of Boom Lift Sales for Johnson Boom Lift Rental. “Many people don’t realize that boom lift rentals are not only for construction, but also can be used for welcome banners, parades and other festivities.”
The Boom Lift 3000 is a state-of-the-art boom lift and boasts all of the high-end features expected for a boom lift rental. Its high-powered hydraulic lifting mechanism is lifetime guaranteed and its standing stage is three times the size of your traditional boom lift ground, measuring 4 ft x 6 ft. Boom lift sales for the Boom Lift 3000 have set record highs for Johnson Boom Lift Rentals, mainly due to its state-of-the-art features.
“We are excited to see the unique ways Obion County plans to use the boom lift,” said Monty. “Obion County not only plans to hang the welcome sign from the boom lift, but they also plan to incorporate the boom lift into the opening parade.”
While the details of the parade finale are kept under tight wraps, rumors have it that the boom lift will be the stage for the annual fire fighter talent skit, lifting the winners of the talent skit into the sky for all parade viewers to see.
“While I can’t let the cat out of the bag on how the boom lift will be used in the parade, we are thrilled that to have it play an integral role in welcoming visitors to the county fair,” said Erin Brecken, Obion County Mayor. “We knew we wanted this year’s event to be unique, and when we were contacted by Johnson Boom Lift Rental for their sign display services, we were thrilled to oblige.”