Giving the President a Helping Hand

by / Tuesday, 03 May 2005 / Published in GoVision News

GoVision was honored to assist with the festivities of the recent 55th Presidential Inauguration in Washington D.C. GoVision screens and trucks were a key component in two very special events.

GoVision had two 17′ x 23′ LED screens flanking each side of the main stage at the Celebration of Freedom gathering at the Ellipse of the White House. This list of performers included Kenny Chesney, the Gatlin Brothers, the Temptations, Kristin Chenoweth and the Radio City Rockettes.

GoVision set up five jumbo LED screens at the 55th Oath of Office Ceremony on the steps of the Capitol Building. With two screens on either side of the stage and three more spaced evenly down the Mall, the estimated 250,000 in attendance were given an upclose perspective on the historic proceedings.

“In the whole scheme of things, GoVision is still a relatively new kid on the block,” said Chris Curtis, president of GoVision. “As such, we were extremely thrilled and honored to be able to participate in such a historical event.”

[info_box_1 title=”About GoVision™”] GoVision L.P. ( is a full-service LED screen provider that specializes in state-of-the-art video solutions, from the most complex modular configurations, custom-built to any size, to its fleet of turnkey mobile units. The company prides itself on delivering “More Ways to Get Noticed” through exceptional customer service, creativity in modular LED design and its relentless pursuit of perfection in the unpredictable event business. GoVision has provided broadcast and production support for countless national events, including the 55th (Bush) and 56th (Obama) Presidential Inaugurations, Major League Baseball and NBA All Star Games, the 100th Anniversary Scouting Jamboree and the Gaylord Opryland Grand Reopening. It is the screen provider of the NCAA Final Four, TCU, Dallas Cowboys Stadium Plaza, the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee, and several college football programs and PGA tournaments.