Mishawaka High School in Mishawaka, Indiana, installed a video board in their football stadium to secure revenue and teach students. Two years later, they’ve certainly accomplished that – and so much more.
It all started when the Canyon Ridge High School boys’ basketball coach asked a parent to help find funding for a new scoring table. That conversation led to a fully financed center-hung video scoreboard highlighting the big rivalry game on senior night less than three months later.
Platteview High School is in Springfield, Nebraska, a town of about 5,000, that lies just southwest of Omaha. Having a smaller population doesn’t hold them back from competing with their bigger neighbors, though.
Investing in a high quality scoreboard goes a long way. Not only does it enhance your sports facility, but it creates educational opportunities for your students, preparing them for college-level gamedays.