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Brad Ward Joins Moyers Group

Brad Ward Joins Moyers Group

Moyers Group welcomes Brad Ward as a System Design Consultant

Moyers Group welcomes Brad Ward as a System Design Consultant in our Atlanta, GA office. Brad will be focusing on system design and client relations in the areas of Houses of Worship, Theatre, and Education.

Prior to joining Moyers, Ward was assistant professor of audio engineering technology at Belmont University in Nashville, TN; sound project manager for Blitz Communications in London, England; designer for Acoustic Dimensions in New York City, NY; and lead audio tech for Cirque du Soleil's The Beatles LOVE in Las Vegas, NV. Brad holds an MFA in Sound Design from the Yale School of Drama and recently received his CTS certification.

"At Moyers Group, our passion is partnering with the local church to design systems to help you impact lives. Brad'sexperience as a real world in the trenches' end user, coupled with his extensive education, design credentials, and his heart for serving the church, makes Brad a perfect addition to the Moyers team," said Jeremy Moyers, president of Moyers Group.

Moyers Group specializes in designing and installing audio, video and lighting systems for houses of worship, schools, and many other venues throughout the US. Please visit our website at www.moyersgroup.com to learn more about how Moyers Group can help you create an environment that connects your message with your unique audience.

Contact Brad (brad@moyersgroup.com) or any of the Moyers team to discuss how we can help make your next
project a great success.

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