Les M. Goldberg founds LMG, INC. at the age of 17 with a $5,000 loan from a relative, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a keen interest in technology.
LMG develops their first “truck-in-a-box” concept. LMG builds a new 14,000 square foot facility in Orlando’s Central Park.
LMG Systems Integration is created to provide direct audiovisual equipment sales and custom installations.
The company’s first West Coast office opens, and hours of operations extend to seven days a week.
LMG begins construction on what will become the Orlando headquarters.
LMG becomes the onsite provider of audiovisual services for the Orange County Convention Center.
$1 million worth of sound reinforcement is added to the inventory to create LMG’s sound division.
LMG completes a new custom-designed, 64,000 square foot facility in vegas.
LMG Touring launches when providing audio support for the company’s first major world concert tour.
LMG celebrate 25 years of business.
LMG opens a Dallas office to support the Central United States. The Tampa office opens to support the expansion of LMG Systems Integration.
LMG opens a 24,000 square foot facility in Nashville. LMG is part of the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show- the highest profile project in company history.
LMG is awarded the audiovisual contract in Music City Center.
Entertainment Technology Partners is formed to assemble a collection of exceptional brands and becomes parent company to LMG. LMG opens a Detroit office to support the automotive market.
LMG announces the expansion of the Orlando headquarters and warehouse to accommodate growth. Once complete, LMG’s headquarters will be 160,000 square feet.
To establish a local presence and support the Northwestern region, LMG expands to Seattle, Washington.
LMG celebrates the opening of its 52,000 square foot headquarters addition. With the completion of expansion, LMG’s headquarters totals 160,000 square feet.