Kicking Off Holiday Season With College Football Bowl Games

Daktronics LED displays used at 31 of 41 college football bowl games with event support at 20 games.

It’s the holiday season, but in the NCAA Football world, it’s Bowl Season! College football teams have been playing and grinding out victories on the gridiron this fall and now it’s time for their final games of the season for those lucky enough to be awarded a bowl game. And, of course, those top four teams in the playoffs vying for the coveted National Championship.

At Daktronics, we love bowl season. It’s a large stage of events using our equipment and event support services. It makes us busy in the best way possible – working for and with our customers.

This year, Daktronics LED displays are used at 31 of 41 bowl and playoff games – 75% of the games being played! On top of that, 20 bowl venues have already or will receive event support from our services division.

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The bowl games kicked off on December 15, but many games remain, including both playoff games and the championship game – all using Daktronics LED displays. Our services team will be on site for the playoff game at Hard Rock Stadium on December 29 and at the National Championship game at Levi’s Stadium on January 7.

Venues such as Ford Field, TIAA Bank Field, Raymond James Stadium, Rose Bowl Stadium, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and many more are hosting games and using Daktronics equipment and event support to entertain their fans and provide them with an unforgettable experience.

Good luck to everyone participating in the bowl games this season!

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