Clubhouse Trailers Webinar

Find out how to move your band equipment safely, whether across town or across the country, in this webinar hosted by Halftime Magazine. Drew Taylor and Jeff Hadley, founders of Clubhouse Trailer Company, discuss innovations in trailer design to secure instruments, uniforms, and more.

Two “Band Dads,” Drew Taylor and Jeff Hadley, started Clubhouse Trailers in 2010 after successfully designing and building the “Bulldog One” for Edmond (Oklahoma) Memorial High School. Drew is the vice president of operations, previously working at FedEx Office as a market sales manager and senior trainer for 11 years. Jeff is the vice president of innovation with a degree in mechanical design from Oklahoma State University.

Christine Katzman, publisher and editor-in-chief of Halftime Magazine, moderated the webinar.

Photo courtesy of Clubhouse Trailer Company.

About the author

Christine Ngeo Katzman

Christine Ngeo Katzman is founder and chief executive officer of Muse Media, LLC, creator of books, magazines, and additional content highlighting performing arts and youth activities. Magazine assets include Halftime Magazine for marching arts participants and fans as well as Yamaha SupportED Magazine for K through 12 music educators. Previously, she was a writer and editor at Crain Communications and Imagination Publishing and a marketing manager at Chatsworth Products, Inc. Christine also worked for Yamaha Band and Orchestral Division. As a child, Christine learned five instruments, with flute being primary. She marched in the Northwestern University Marching Band, including the 1996 Rose Bowl and 1997 Citrus Bowl. Christine graduated cum laude from Northwestern University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1997 and earned an MBA with honors from the University of Southern California in 2007.

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