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September 15, 2005

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Those are sweet, portable and modular - Awesome. Yeah, let's push Fellowship Tech to put these guys on the preferred partners list (if there is one?) You pics of the Childrens's area at GCC look cool too. With 3 small boys, Lisa and I are becoming afficiandos of Kids Ministry decor.

Those Are Flippin' Sweet!

Very nice! Thanks for dimensions, it's exactly what I was asking for. Our measurements nearly match yours, from us eyeballing your first pics.

Thanks, Jason!

Those are great!

Thanks for the detailed info. This will be very helpful!

Those kiosks are definitely kick butt! I'm from Mountaintop Comm. Church in Bham Alabama. I'm wondering what the cost for materials/labor were. I am contemplating presenting this to the ones holding the check. These look so much better than the av carts that we are currently using.

Ryan,

I've just updated the post with the contact info for the shop that built these for us. They were purchased from a different budget so I'm not sure of the price...though I believe they were less than the stuff you find in catalogs that don't look nearly as nice.

Jason

are these kiosks available for purchase? if so can you direct me to the person/company where i can get these? thanks

Hey There
Those Kiosks are awesome !
I am out in Beaverton, OR
Any chance of getting the measurements? Also would you by chance know of anyone out here that can make them?
Thanks,

Jason,

Out here in Boring Oregon and would like a copy of your dementions too. Also any changes / or do different 7 years later. We are implementing Arena in a couple months which has similar specs for the check in equipment that F1 has. Those are beautiful kiosks.

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