GoVision Is the Life of the Party

Friday, 29 August 2014 by

Back in the spring of 2006, a nasty storm blew through the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Among the damage it caused was the annihilation of a manual scoreboard at the Las Colinas site of what’s now the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. This was the Saturday before the tourney was supposed to tee off. Help arrived in the form of Chris Curtis, president and founder of GoVision, an Argyle-based company that rents out large digital displays.

Next time you visit Cowboys Stadium, the New Years’ Eve celebration in downtown Dallas or a local music festival, check out the large video screens. Chances are they were created by Flower Mound resident Chris Curtis and his company.

For the second consecutive year, the NCAA Men’s Final Four will feature an octagonal LED video wall suspended above the court. Fans attending the 2010 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championships this weekend will have a spectacular, high-definition view of all the action, regardless of where they are seated in Lucas Oil Stadium, while fans at home will also experience the giant screens featuring Daktronics LED video technology.

Keller, Texas (October 27, 2004) – The Fall of 2004 is a great time of the year to be in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Football is in full-swing, basketball is just around the corner, exciting events at the Texas Motor Speedway, and this year, Lone Star Park is hosting the prestigious Breeder’s Cup. It is