Clair Global Corporation moved into 1 Broad Avenue, Fairview on March 1st, 2018. Their lease term is for three years. They leased 6,814 square feet of warehouse space for the warehousing and distribution of musical instruments. They were represented on the lease negotiations by Chaus Realty. Notably, Clair Global Corporation gained the contract for the 2018 Super Bowl. They were formerly called Clair Brothers Audio Enterprises and founded in 1966 in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Clair Global Corporation is a sound reinforcement and live touring production support company. In 2014, Clair opened the 52,000 square foot Rock Lititz, which is the largest dedicated rehearsal space in the world. Their big break came in 1966, when they provided sound to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons show at Franklin & Marshall College. The tour manager asked them to join them on the road for the rest of the tour. They were the first professional sound company to tour with a band. In 1970, they officially incorporated as Clair Bros. Audio Enterprises, Inc. In 1980, Clair Global established its first location outside the US, with Clair Japan in Yokohama. Clair Global officially launched a spin-off to install permanent sound, video and lighting systems in concert venues, churches, stadiums, theaters, cruise ships and schools. In 1990, Clair acquired MD Systems of Nashville and created a partnership with JANDS in Australia. That same year, Clair opened a location in Cambridge, England. In 1994, it moved the operation to Switzerland to combine with Audio Rent in Basel, operating there as Audio Rent Clair. In 1995, Gene Clair sold his end of the business to his son Troy Clair, who is currently the president and CEO of Clair Global Corporation.
For more information, you can visit their website at clairglobal.com