With a monumental midterm election just around the corner, candidates and members of the media are racing to connect with voters across the country. With speed a necessity in setting up a temporary campaign office or election media center, you don’t need to waste time and money buying office equipment. Renting laptops, printers, copiers, tablets, and other office equipment allows you to quickly setup anywhere while staying on budget. Read on to learn more about everything you need to consider for your temporary office.
Selecting a space that is large enough to accommodate your current and future needs while also not breaking the bank is critical. Campaign offices and election coverage setups are, by nature, temporary. Long-term leases can pose an undue burden to already tight budgets and inhibit your ability to relocate quickly.
For temporary campaign office space, consider co-shares that offer the option for month-to-month rentals. This option will allow you to add space on an as-needed basis as your campaign staff grows. Co-share spaces can also be an ideal option for remote newsroom setups. Offering a wide array of room sizes and options, these spaces can serve multiple purposes for your remote news teams.
Video editing, transmission, and storage needs for your temporary newsroom can only be met by high-quality computers and servers. Don’t risk missing your video submission deadlines by relying on anything but the best.
Your field staff work every day to ensure that your campaign runs smoothly and efficiently. Give them all of the tools that they need to succeed by selecting rental computers, laptops, printers, copiers, and tablets. Large wall monitors keep your staff motivated and focused on the most up-to-date voter polls, projections, and other data while ensuring that everyone on your staff has instant access to important information.
Take it to the streets
With voter registration deadlines looming, help your team achieve Get Out The Vote efforts by equipping them with tablets to conduct online voter registration in the field. Equipping your team with the latest mobile phones can help them stay in touch and share important information at a moment’s notice.
For your mobile campaign news coverage, your reporters can use tablets and cell phones to conduct polls in the field, ensuring that you have the latest data to report to viewers. Cell phones and tablets can also be used for transmitting breaking news stories, with many field journalists using cell phones to record and take photos of events as they unfold. This allows your reporters to report from anywhere, at any time – giving you an edge for emerging stories.
Equipment when and where you need it
Cut down on costs of office equipment by renting laptops, tablets, and projectors for your temporary campaign offices and media centers. Just let us know what gear you need, and our technicians will arrive to deliver and install all of your equipment. Get a quote for all your office equipment rental needs today!
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