Omnirax Has Cumulus on Cloud 9
Fla. — One of my colleagues put it best when he said, “Life at
Cumulus is never dull.”
member of a group of Cumulus Media engineers that travels the country
working on special projects, I agree. Also, I was asked to write this
article because, according to Omnirax, I have probably assembled more
Omnirax furniture than anyone in the country.
introduced to Omnirax furniture in March 2009 during a studio
buildout in Cincinnati. Around noon on delivery day, an 18-wheeler
full of Omnirax furniture arrived. When I say full, I mean full:
Front-to-back, floor-to-ceiling. It was overwhelming at first. It
took a couple hours for six of us to unload the truck by hand and
stage everything in an empty floor of the building. After unwrapping
and unboxing each piece, we began distributing the pieces into each
the process of assembling the furniture.
that each piece was clearly labeled. The detailed instructions not
only showed how each unit went together but displayed pictures of the
furniture already assembled at the Omnirax facility in California.
Omnirax even provided every tool we would need to put each piece
together. The furniture was so simple, it took our team of six
engineers only eight hours to unload, unpack and assemble eight
Cincinnati project, Cumulus has relied on Omnirax for several major
projects, including Atlanta, Turner Field in Atlanta, Bridgeport,
Conn., Modesto, Calif., Pensacola, Fla., and most recently for
Cumulus Media Networks in Nashville, Tenn., Dallas and New York.
recently, I was only a part of the assembly process. At the end of
last year, Cumulus acquired two additional stations in Pensacola and
I was finally able to design my own Omnirax furniture.
process was so simple. I provided David Holland at Omnirax with the
dimensions of my studios and he began to design my furniture. I was
able to share David’s desktop and watch as he brought my studios to
life. David could place consoles, monitors, keyboards, phone systems
and just about anything else I could imagine to help maximize
of it is that we could experiment with different layouts and designs
until I was happy with the final product. David was able to provide a
PDF of the design for me to share with local and corporate managers.
The entire process took less than an hour.
thing about Omnirax furniture is the custom design process. It allows
you to design your furniture around the room instead of ordering
prefab stuff that hopefully fits in your space. All you have to do is
provide Omnirax your dimensions and budget. You’ll never pay for
something you don’t need (like with prefab stuff). If you don’t
need a countertop rack, you don’t order it. Maybe you need more
under-counter rack space. Omnirax can provide that. If you can dream
it up, Omnirax can probably do it. You receive excellent quality
furniture that can stand up to years of abuse and great customer
has spoiled me with its easy design and assembly. It actually takes
longer now to unbox and unwrap everything than it does to assemble
it. If it were up to me, I would never buy anything else.
information, contact Philip Zittell at Omnirax in California at (800)
332-3393 or visit www.omnirax.com.