YESCO Lights up Las Vegas at the Swarovski Las Vegas Grand Bazaar Shops

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With its striking faceted exterior design and stunning crystal starburst, Swarovski is the centerpiece for the brand new Grand Bazaar Shops.

Las Vegas may be known for some of the world’s most dynamic venues; however, Swarovski’s newest boutique at the Grand Bazaar Shops is making quite an impact on the famous Strip.

The Swarovski Midnight Celebration is a three minute, fully immersive program designed to entertain shoppers and passers-by. The centerpiece of the production is the YESCO-designed crystal and LED starburst light fixture.  With over 1,800 programmable points of lights the starburst is perched 14-feet above the store.  Hundreds of individually illuminated Swarovski crystal spheres; each positioned at the end of custom fabricated and highly-finished metal rods appear to burst from the center of the star during the nightly shows.

Swarovski’s Head of Retail Architecture for North America, Morgan McSweeney, said, “Our new Las Vegas store is the first of many new flagship concepts that will synergize the Swarovski brand with dramatic architecture and experiential design features. We could not have found a more comprehensively capable partner than YESCO to help us realize such a complex exterior design and integrate the various programmable components to the level of fit and finish we demand. The crystal starburst represents the very highest level of craftsmanship and technical proficiency and delivers the ‘WOW’ we were seeking.”

The store’s angular and perforated skin was fully fabricated in YESCO’s Las Vegas facility, utilizing a complex square tube metal structure that was designed and engineered in-house with precise attachment points to secure the skin to the base building.  Seamlessly integrated into the store façade is a 6mm high-resolution LED display with an angular and faceted design.  Hidden beneath the skin is a fully-programmable LED lighting system that projects color coordinated and synchronized lighting sequences through the perforations during evening hours to further enhance the experience. YESCO also fabricated and integrated canopies, lighting and storefronts for other tenants at the Grand Bazaar Shops.

YESCO’s Director of Special Projects, Nick Priest said, “YESCO is known for designing and building Las Vegas’ most iconic signage features and LED displays.  Our diverse range of capabilities enables us to take on complex and highly detailed projects.  By engaging YESCO to build the entire exterior skin and starburst, Swarovski was able to eliminate much of the coordination difficulty they would have experienced by hiring multiple vendors for each specialized element.”

Photo credit:  Laszlo Regos Photography

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Cougars unveil videoboard upgrade for Fifth Third Bank Ballpark

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This is obviously the year of the videoboard upgrade, with the Kane County Cougars (Low Class A; Midwest League) and Fifth Third Bank Ballpark joining the parade of teams and facilities installing high-def videoboards.

The new videoboard from YESCO Electronics measures 20 feet by 60 feet, more than three times as large as the Cougars’ previous videoboard. The new technologically advanced outdoor LED videoboard is capable of delivering HD-format video feeds and instant replays as well as sponsor messages and advertising.

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Samsung Electronics Expands Digital Display Portfolio with YESCO Electronics Acquisition

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Samsung Electronics Expands Digital Display Portfolio with YESCO Electronics Acquisition

Acquisition strengthens Samsung’s entry into LED display market to meet growing market demand

SEOUL, Korea – March 3, 2015 –Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced its acquisition of Logan, Utah-based YESCO Electronics, LLC, a leading LED sign and display manufacturer with more than 2,000 installations across the U.S. and abroad. The acquisition reinforces Samsung’s entry into the LED display market, extending the reach of the company’s pioneering technologies and expertise beyond large-format displays (LFDs) using LCD panels, where the company has been the worldwide market leader for six consecutive years.

 

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Memphis’ New Sign Beckons I-40 Travelers

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AP – City officials switched on the LED board this week, branding it essential to spreading the word about the convention center and the city at large.  “We have felt since day one we needed some signage on the building to let people know what’s going on,” said Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau president Kevin Kane.  On the west side of the convention center, the 38-foot-by-14-foot YESCO Electronics LED sign is uppermost of three signs. It has initially been programmed with seven messages, including ads for the city, the blues, barbecue and the Memphis Zoo.  The lower two signs will have raised, lighted letters. Above the three signs is the center’s logo, three music notes containing the characters CCC.

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Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

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The $203 million Tobin Center for the Performing Arts opened today in downtown San Antonio at the site that was once the Municipal Auditorium.

“I would say this is on par, if not better than, the Metropolitan Opera,” said Tobin Center Founder J. Bruce Bugg.

The outdoor Riverwalk section includes a 38-foot long custom-built flat LED screen TV that can project upcoming events and anything going on inside the Tobin Center.

 

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Tobin Center opens sporting a YESCO LED display

YESCO Electronics at LSU Tiger Stadium

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“LSU is pleased to bring a new visual experience to Tiger Stadium with the high-definition imagery of the new video board system,” said Eddie Nunez, Senior Associate Athletic Director. “The capabilities that we will be able to implement on game day will only enhance what is already the best atmosphere in college football. The innovative team at YESCO understood our needs and outperformed our expectations.”

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YESCO at LSU Tiger Stadium

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup at Hershey’s World

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At New York-New York, Willy Wonka would be proud. Hershey’s Chocolate World will soon sweeten up the corner of Tropicana and Las Vegas Boulevard, but not before making it clear that fantastical indulgence is the name of the game.

Before the break of dawn, workers carefully hoisted an 18-foot Reese’s Cup into place on the hotel-casino’s Strip-front facade. It joins a tumble of oversized Kisses as well as an impressive video screen. Soon, a ginormous Hershey’s Bar will join the drool-worthy display.

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Bananza Casino Digital Display

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After 40 years, Bonanza Casino has upgraded to a customized state-of-the-art digital media marquee.

“This gives us more messaging flexibility. Not only can we display a specific message to welcome guests for corporate meetings, but it also allows us to be more strategic and time specific as far as marketing messages,” said Ryan Sheltra, General Manager of the Bonanza Casino.

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Bonanza Casino News Article

Tennessee Tech Digital Scoreboard

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“The new video board and all of the features it will provide will be a huge enhancement to the gameday experience for fans attending games in Eblen Center,” said Mark Wilson, TTU Director of Athletics. “The possibilities are endless for what we can display on the board, and we’re excited about the way it will bring a new dimension to the interaction and experience of Tennessee Tech athletics.”

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Tennessee Tech Digital Scoreboard

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