Clubhouse in the News!

Santa Monica Daily Press - 2024

“It’s fit so that the equipment will be safely transported and not bashing around in there and (get) damaged, and so the kids were excited,” Whaley said. “Kids and the parents didn’t believe it until they actually saw that it was really here at Samohi.”

Santa Monica Daily Press - 2024

“It brings the music program out to the community, because many people that aren’t parents don’t hear the music because they don’t go to the concerts [unless] they’re related to some kid in the band … so the marching band is out in the community at football games, at rallies, [at] the Fourth of July parade every year … it’s really something to be proud of,” Whaley said.

Sherman ISD News - 2024

“The reveal was better than what I could have hoped for,” said Ryan Jenkins, director of bands. “The kids reacted to it so perfectly, and their excitement was so infectious.”

Storybridge - 2023

The Storybridge trailer was an exciting new project that ventured away from bands and into mobile libraries. The custom interior and graphics is helping kids throughough Amarillo, TX to turn the pages and dive into books through their program.  “To ensure every child in the Amarillo Area owns at least 20 great books at home from birth to 5th grade, enters Kindergarten ready to learn and read, and
unlocks all the benefits of literacy.” 

McAlester News-Capital - 2022

“It’s just a sigh of relief and a dream come true,” he said. “For all these years, we’ve had multiple vehicles taking all of our equipment. And now we have an all-in-one vehicle solution to get all of our equipment to get it where it needs to go safely and efficiently.”

Arlington ISD- 2021

“Students, this is all about you,” said Christopher Anderson, Arlington ISD director of fine arts, at the ceremony welcoming the trailers. “We’re proud of what you do, and we wanted you to feel first-rate when you roll up.”

KNWA Fox 24- 2021

“It’s an awesome step up from our old trailers. State of the art design, it’ll be awesome.” “Lawson said the catalyst for their trailer was going to events and seeing other marching bands with their own state-of-the-art 

NIST - 2021

The Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance and our extension agent Kevin Barber are key members of our leadership team, helping drive strategy and successful growth.
— Drew Taylor, Co-Founder and VP of Operations

Thompson - 2021

At first, Taylor and Hadley reluctantly took on other projects but eventually realized the full potential of their side project. In seven years, what was once a two-man weekend and evening hobby became a full-time business and the fastest-growing, privately-owned company in Central Oklahoma.”

Blue Ribbon News - 2020

“Thanks to the Rockwall ISD Board of Trustees, the Rockwall-Heath High School band trailer is here!”

Halftime Mag - 2020

“The students get to see that someone has invested in them,” said Taylor. “We’ve had unveilings where it’s not just the band, but the whole community is there, such as the mayor or a state legislator. These trailers become the face of the community and we strive to make it something they’re proud to showcase.” 

 

OCAST - 2020

“We say that with great heart because we are band dads, and  we understand what they  are faced with,” Hadley said.  “And we want to help them build a trailer that they can be proud of and use for years to come.”

The Oklahoman - 2020

Clubhouse built its reputation on innovation and customization. It installs space for uniform and instrument storage in each trailer, as well as interior and exterior LED lighting. A graphic artist creates the striking graphics that adorn the trailers and make each one a rolling billboard for the community.

South County News- 2019

“When the “Big Red Machine” semi-trailer rolls into a band competition, its going to be impressive, said Craig Rolfe, one of the Band Booster members who helped secure funds to purchase the trailer.”

CCJ Digital - 2019

“The trailer graphics for each of Lamar Consolidated Independent School District’s five high school marching bands scream school pride. The intricate details in the graphics bring the schools’ mascots to life. There is no missing these trailers going down the road, just as there is no mistaking which school each represents.” – Matt Cole, CCJ News Editor

VeloCity - 2019

“The trailer graphics for each of Lamar Consolidated Independent School District’s five high school marching bands scream school pride. The intricate details in the graphics bring the schools’ mascots to life. There is no missing these trailers going down the road, just as there is no mistaking which school each represents.” – Matt Cole, CCJ News Editor

Edmond Outlook - 2019

“We agonized over every detail, we sat in an empty trailer with a whiteboard coming up with new and creative ideas to problems that nobody had solved before,” Tyler said. “We didn’t rush the process, and that’s still one of the hallmarks that we have today, is constantly innovating, constantly looking at what we do very differently, and not rushing it, because we won’t sacrifice quality for speed.”

The Norman Transcript - 2018

“In anticipation of this growth, Clubhouse has expanded its physical location, invested in production tools and processes that allow for increased efficiency and added a new team member, Chase Hillmon.”

 

 

EEDA - 2017

“Edmond-based Clubhouse Trailer Co., LLC recently delivered another fleet of custom marching band trailers to the five high schools in Mesquite, Texas.”

 

 

 

Mesquite Daily News - 2017

“Mesquite ISD’s director of fine arts Steve Andre presented five semi-trailers in a big unveiling Monday evening at Memorial Stadium. The trailers were purchased for the five high school bands, a process that took the district nearly two years.”

PR.com - 2017

“Concurrent to the delivery of each trailer to The Clubhouse the critical graphic design was being finalized between the Director of Fine Arts Steve Andre, the Districts’ talented graphic artist Daniel Muzquiz, and each band staff.”

Harker Heights Herald - 2015

“We didn’t just want better, we wanted the best,” said Karen Herrera, KISD fine arts director, introducing the moving van at Harker Heights High School last Thursday.

Killeen Daily Herald - 2015

Ellison senior trumpet player Juan Aviles is signed up for the loading crew for the second year. “Words cannot explain my excitement,” he said. “I knew it was coming. I couldn’t sleep waiting for this. This is going to help us this year and into the future.”

Bartlesville Schools - 2011

The Bruins get their new trailer! 11 years later, they were repeat customers for a trailer, box truck, and coordinating semi tractor wrap! 

The Oklahoman

The first trailer by Clubhouse Trailers gave Edmond Memorial Band Members something to be extra proud of. “

Halftime Magazine

“Word spread quickly about the Bulldog’s cool new trailer, and soon more bands were asking where they could get one.”

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