Preferred Price Backlining Performance Rentals and more
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Preferred Price Backlining is a Black-owned backlining company that provides the musical and audio-visual equipment for tours, concerts, corporate speaking engagements and more located in Cincinnati. They serve the Greater Cincinnati Area including Hamilton County, Butler County, and Northern Kentucky. The company, owned by African American musician, Mr. Tim Price, also offers daily, weekly, monthly and annual rentals and sells products.
Preferred Price Backlining offers services such as backlining for concerts, corporate events, tours, as well as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual rental. Their One Stop Shop allows you to find event essentials from hair and make-up stylist, to transportation companies, event centers, and product sales.
Preferred Price Backlining has clients such as Fountain Square, Jackâs Casino, Music Hall, OTR Live, New Prospect Baptist Church, Tried Stone New Beginning Church, Winton Woods High School, and Washington Park.
Preferred Price Backliningâs mission is to bring top quality service and convenience to the Greater Cincinnati Area entertainment community by bringing the small business community together and promoting growth.
Tim Price wants to use his One Stop Shop to give as many small businesses publicity that he can and give them access to an exclusive clientele base that they may not have had access to before. Being born and raised here, Tim has a love for this city as well as for the entrepreneurs that take their lives into their own hands.
Tim Price is a Cincinnati native who graduated from Hughes High School and the University of Cincinnati. In both schools he participated in the marching band as a Baritone Sax. The first instrument Tim Price played was the bass guitar which he still continues to play for the New Prospect Baptist Church as well as various gospel groups and cover bands.
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