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GoVision, Dave Campbell's Texas Football Launch Partnership

Several of the world's largest LED screens may currently be found in professional sports venues across the state of Texas. But thanks to a new partnership announced yesterday, high school stadiums throughout the state can now boast the same cutting-edge technology during the upcoming football season.

GoVision, one of the nation's suppliers of customized modular LED walls and turnkey mobile LED units, announces a marketing partnership with Dave Campbell's Texas Football (DCTF), "the bible of Texas football," to bring state-of-the-art LED video screens and graphics services to high schools across the Lone Star State. The companies unveiled their alliance at the Texas High School Coaches Convention in Houston.

"Nobody knows Texas high school football like Dave Campbell's Texas Football, so we couldn't have asked for a better partner to help bring our LED technology and creative services to schools across our state," said Kevin Faciane, partner and vice president of business development at Argyle, Texas-based GoVision. "Thanks to the proliferation of LED technology, and the massive inventory we have at our disposal, high school coaches and district officials may be surprised at how affordable these screens can be."

In October 2014, GoVision acquired Graystone Media, a provider of graphics, production services, and live-event content for large video screens and event venues. Now branded as GoVision GFX, the company's creative services division offers world-class graphics and content that go hand-in-hand with today's LED screen technology.

GoVision and DCTF are making available customized packages for Texas high schools and school districts to take advantage of this rare combination of advanced technology and professional graphics services. For schools that do not have screens, but want to enhance special games or events with cutting-edge equipment, the companies are offering a wide array of custom and mobile LED screen services. Schools seeking permanent new screens or scoreboards, or to upgrade or replace older screens, will likewise benefit from new installation packages being announced at the convention.

"We've worked with GoVision for many years on a number of projects, so we've seen firsthand how professional, flexible, and creative they can be," said DCTF president Adam Hochfelder. "What's especially impressive is that they provide the same outstanding service whether the client is huge -- like the Dallas Cowboys -- or small, like the majority of Texas high schools. We think that together, we are bringing coaches and administrators a product-service combination that is pretty hard to ignore."

The 56th edition of Dave Campbell's Texas Football -- now available at major magazine and book vendors across the state -- made news this year with its authoritative call for the resumption of the now-dormant Texas A&M vs. Texas rivalry. Its simple, yet powerful, headline and lead story -- entitled "Play The Game" -- further proclaims that the "Lone Star State wants, needs and deserves Aggies vs. Longhorns."

For technical specifications and more information on the partnership between GoVision and DCTF, stop by Booth #10051 at the Texas High School Coaches Convention, or visit GoVision at the URL below.


(22 July 2015)

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