Greenville, IL – Manchester University in North Manchester, IN has partnered with Nevco to transform their game-day. With the purchase of a new Nevco virtual scoring video display, Spartan Stadium will have one of the premier scoring solutions in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
With a near 100-year history of Spartan football, Manchester wanted to upgrade its facility to focus on fan engagement and transform the football experience on a Saturday afternoon. Shannon Griffith, Manchester’s Director of Development, worked closely with Nevco throughout the process, saying “Upgrading to a video scoreboard was an exciting process. Being able to provide the best for our University community and student athletes is important to our University leaders” said Griffith. “Most importantly, we want to thank Marty and Connie Brumbaugh for making this a reality for our University.”
When fans next enter Spartan Stadium, they will see a Nevco 20mm video scoreboard display that measures over 13’H and stretches 25’W designed to provide live-in game action, crowd engaging prompts, and endless revenue-generating opportunities for the University. The eye-popping display will provide a new game-day atmosphere and provide the Spartans with a new home-field advantage.
“What a great experience it is to work with Manchester,” said Jeff Besserman, Sports Video Regional Manager for Nevco. “I am extremely proud to be a part of the growing tradition of the school’s athletics” said Besserman, “being able to help transform game-day is what we do at Nevco.”
The video scoring display will showcase everything from live game action and instant replays to vibrant animated graphics and sponsorship messages. Hidden away from the fan’s eye, the displays are operated by utilizing Nevco’s proprietary Display Director™ Software, which allows the game-day operations to be easily managed through one, universal operating system.
“Nevco has exceeded our expectations and provided a level of service that is hard to match” said Griffith. “We cannot thank Jeff and the Nevco team enough.”
With the football season currently cancelled, the Spartans will look to a possible spring season to unveil its new Nevco video board.