WINTON WOODS HIGH SCHOOL BRINGS THE NEVCO DIFFERENCE TO CHARLES FREDERICK STADIUM

GREENVILLE, IL, October 3, 2018 – Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, Ohio partnered with Nevco to deliver a new Video Display and Scoring Solution, offering a new atmosphere for Warriors fans attending games at Charles Frederick Stadium.

The home of the Warriors has been revamped with a new, Nevco 16mm Full Color LED Video Display, designed to grab every fans eyes with 115,200 pixels providing unparalleled image quality and contrast at every viewing angle in the stadium. The board calls for attention behind the end zone stretching over 13’ high and spanning more than 25’ wide. The video display is capable of showcasing everything from live game action and instant replays to vibrant animated graphics and sponsorship messages. Hidden away from the fan’s eye, the video display is operated by utilizing Nevco’s proprietary Display Director™ Software, which allows Winton Wood’s game-day operations to be easily managed through, one, universal operating system.

“Our new scoreboard serves as a video board as well,” said Winton Woods Superintendent, Anthony G. Smith. “It highlights the success of our athletic program, but it takes us to another level by supporting academics that extends outside of the traditional classroom. This technology board creates a seamless educational experience for our students, staff and community.”

To further enhance the display, the Warriors included a model 3620 scoreboard equipped with Nevco’s latest translucent white LED’s and Electronic Team Names, allowing Winton Woods to customize the home and guest team names for every game played at the facility. Seated above the video display is a non-illuminated sign in Warrior’s colors which reads HOME OF THE WARRIORS.

Customizing the video display and scoring solution even further, the school added a decorative open air arched truss, which prominently displays the Warriors logo settled between the words WINTON WOODS.

“It was a pleasure to collaborate with Winton Woods to develop and design a video solution that fit their vision for the stadium,” said Pat O’Brien, Senior Manager for Sports Video at Nevco. “This new display will provide Warriors fans with an electrifying atmosphere inside of the stadium, while also offering Winton Woods a great deal of flexibility in how they promote their partners and members of the community.”

The Warriors debuted their new Nevco Video Display and Scoring Solution in their home opener at Chuck Frederick Stadium on August 24. Check out the live install photo below, and be sure to read more about other recent Nevco projects at www.nevco.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 www.nevco.com.