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Daktronics Adds New York and Las Vegas Salespeople

Spectaculars division expands efforts to support two key locations.

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Daktronics (Brookings, SD) announced that the company is adding Jeff Everson and Savannah Stallworth as directors of special projects in the New York and Las Vegas regions, respectively. According to a release from the company, Everson will focus on business and relationship development in New York City and cities throughout the Northeast corridor, while Stallworth will serve in the same capacity on the Las Vegas strip and the greater Las Vegas and Western region.

“New York and Las Vegas are two powerhouse markets when it comes to digital signage and places that are known for their city glowing with bright light, and we’re excited to ensure Daktronics is able to bring the latest LED solutions to those cities and support our extensive customer base in those regions,” Daktronics Managing Director of Spectaculars Division Josh Francois, is quoted in the release. “These two individuals are well versed in Daktronics products and services as well as the trends we’re seeing in each city. They will bring a wealth of knowledge to existing and potential customers looking to stand out and make an impact in those locations.”

Everson brings extensive thought leadership and knowledge of LED technology to digital media projects and what it takes to engineer and deliver integrated digital experiences into high-profile commercial developments, world-class transit centers, hospitality spaces and entertainment venues around the world.

Stallworth has worked in the sports and entertainment industry for more than seven years in the Las Vegas Valley. Most recently, she was the Business Development Manager for UNLV Sports Properties with Learfield. Her knack for creating and fostering positive relationships has shown through in her previous roles with Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Beasley Broadcasting and the Vegas Golden Knights.

Daktronics has been a staple LED display provider in Times Square dating back to the installation of the Morgan Stanley LED ticker in 1995. The company has more than 80 customers in the area and nearly 40 projects in Times Square — all per the release.

For more information, visit daktronics.com.

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