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The Lake Elsinore Storm, the Class A affiliate of the National League’s San Diego Padres, has a lot to be proud of. Over the years it has sent more than 50 players to the major leagues and now attracts more than 300,000 fans to its 6,000-seat home venue each season. The team is proud of its ballpark, rated one of the best fields in the minor leagues.
“We strive to deliver a complete entertainment environment,” says David Oster, team president and general manager. “We provide excitement, music, special events and promotions – all the things that go with a day at the ballpark.”
In addition to the visual element of the ballpark experience, Oster knew that what the crowds hear is equally important. And their existing sound system wasn’t getting the job done. “It simply became obsolete. It just did not produce good quality sound at all,” Oster says.