Sports stars, hoops drills, dance camp to generate smiles, relief for town Nearly two months after a catastrophic fertilizer plant explosion killed 15 people, injured more than 200 and destroyed structures in West, the Dallas Mavericks and FOX Sports Southwest are staging a major event here on June 15th to support the restoration effort. To

JCPenney is no stranger to glitzy new product launches and dramatic unveilings. So when it came time for the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art store in Dallas, the leading national retailer decided to add some sizzle to the occasion.

You just knew Mark Cuban would pull out all the stops when his Dallas Mavericks finally earned their first world championship. So it comes as no surprise that when Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and the rest of the NBA champions rode through downtown Dallas on their way to the American Airlines Center, the world’s largest mobile high-definition LED screen was there to make certain every fan had a great view of the celebration.

When you wait nearly four decades to celebrate postseason success, much less your first World Series berth, it’s easy to see why you’d want to extend the storybook season as long as possible. Which is why the Texas Rangers hosted a fan-appreciation rally in Arlington just days after losing the 2010 World Series to the San Francisco Giants.

The biggest screens

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October was a strong month for GoVision, a seven-year-old Argyle company that leases giant TVs and video screens and trucks them to clients nationwide. The company, which leased one of its 9-foot by 16-foot GoBig units to CBS Radio for World Series game-watching at J. Gilligan’s Bar and Grill in Arlington, did at least 56 events in October.

GoVision, a national provider of mobile event video services, is continuing to build momentum in its field of providing premier services and technologies priced to meet any event size.

GoVision™ announced today that one of its custom-built mobile units, GO BIG, has been commissioned to travel with the Marathon Oil Full Speed Ahead Tour, which will travel the United States for two months, promoting a new MasterCard program offered by the two companies and building brand awareness.

GoVision™, a national provider of mobile event video services, brought new excitement to this year’s Tribute to the Toughest event on June 22. One of GoVision’s mobile units, GO BIG, featuring a 16 foot by 9 foot LED screen and complete onboard control room, was used to broadcast the events of the celebration.

GoVision’s “Go Big” mobile unit, which features an LED screen that can be raised 15 feet and rotated 360 degrees, will drive around the area of the Moscone Center while showing commercials and presentations featuring IAS.

GoVision, a provider of stadium-sized, mobile event video screens, will put the swearing-in of Governor Rick Perry of Texas on the big screen. The company’s Go Big 1, a mobile unit featuring a 16 foot by 9 foot LED screen and complete control room will be part of the ceremony, broadcasting the inauguration.

GoVision’s custom-built mobile unit, Go Big 1, will be set up in the Dallas City Hall Plaza, site of the Turkey Trot start and finish lines.