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GREENVILLE, IL, August 17, 2018– Bulldogs Football fans at Alabama A&M University (AAMU), in Huntsville, AL will be greeted by new visual enhancements this season at Louis Crews Stadium.  These visual enhancements include a new state-of-the-art video scoring solution with integrated fascia and a dual-sided message center in front of the athletic complex, totaling in 448,200 mesmerizing pixels worth of Nevco LED displays.

“We’re honored to be selected by Alabama A&M University for this significant project.  We worked together to design a customized solution that will take their game-day atmosphere to the next level” says Wes Wood, National Sports Video Sales Executive for Nevco Sports LLC.

AAMU’s complete scoring and display solution includes the following:

  • 35’H x 37.8’W 16mm Video Display with accompanying sound solution integrated with Gulf Coast Sound
  • (2) 2.6’H x 61.75’W 16mm Fascia ribbons integrated into the scoring solution, placed above and below the main display to promote sponsors
  • Dual-sided 16mm Full Color Message Centers
  • All of the visual and audio equipment will be operated by Motion Rocket content management software.

The Bulldogs’ new displays are scheduled to install this summer in time for the 2018 football season. Check out the winning renderingsbelow and be sure to check out to see the live install photos!


About Nevco: Nevco is the largest private manufacturer and provider of video display, scoring and audio solutions. For over 80 years, Nevco has provided colleges, universities, high schools, park and recreation groups, and other organizations with the most innovative scoring and LED video display products in the industry. Nevco is known for its specialty in designing custom facility solutions, quality of products, and superior long term financial value. Today, Nevco scoreboards, message centers and video displays are used to enhance the fan experience at events in more than 100,000 locations around the world. For more information on Nevco, visit their website at