All posts by Daktronics Life

Bonde Retiring After 12 Years of Service

Daktronics congratulates Brad Bonde on his retirement, and thanks him for 12 years of dedicated service.

Collison to Retire After Nearly 15 Years of Service

Daktronics congratulates Dave Collison on his retirement and thanks him for nearly 15 years of service.

Vela to Retire After Nearly 15 Years of Service

Daktronics congratulates Pete Vela on his retirement after nearly 15 years of service.

Doremus to Retire After 18 Years of Service

Fred shares his Daktronics story with us as we congratulate him on his retirement.

Vermillion Teacher Receives 2020 Daktronics Outstanding Mathematics Teacher Award

Vermillion math teacher develops creative lesson plans and adapts to each student's learning ability.

Marketing Goes Above and Beyond With COVID-19 Messaging

Free COVID-19 messaging available to customers to help them communicate to their communities.

Brookings Community Theatre Gains Support from Daktronics Corporate Sponsorship

Carrie McClanahan has always had a love for theatre as she majored in media production at South Dakota State University. For some time after graduation McClanahan lived in Bozeman, Montana. She was disappointed that opportunities to be involved in theatre in the area were limited.. To McClanahan’s relief, when she moved back to Brookings, South ...

Building Community and Strength: Daktronics Sponsorship Used for CrossFit Competition

When Cara Sterbis moved from South Dakota to Oregon and began working from home, she was in search of a good way to meet people. CrossFit turned out to be the perfect fit. Sterbis loves the variety and camaraderie that has come from joining CrossFit. Recently, Sterbis used her Daktronics Corporate Sponsorship as she competed ...

Reed Uses Corporate Sponsorship to Comfort Cancer Patients

Three Additional Daktronics Employees Join the Cause Amber Reed turned a grief-stricken and challenging time in her life into something positive, and she is actively passing that hope on to others through her Cancer Comfort Collection (CCC). Reed’s mom Peggy was misdiagnosed with a rare blood cancer for five years. After learning of this misdiagnosis, ...

Thank You to Allison Schaffer for 15 Years of Service

Fifteen years ago, Allison Schaffer graduated from Dakota State University in Madison, South Dakota, on a Saturday, moved to Brookings, South Dakota, on Sunday, and started at Daktronics on Monday. Since this memorable weekend, Allison has been making an impact on Daktronics and those around her.   Allison’s supervisor, Eric Bauer, recognized the tremendous asset ...