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San Francisco Mayor Honors YESCO Electronics

Five EMCs adorn the Moscone Center

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YESCO Electronics (Logan, UT) was honored with a Certificate of Appreciation from the mayor of San Francisco, Edwin M. Lee. The certificate states, “…in recognition of your outstanding performance, dedication and hard work in completion of the Moscone Center Tenant Improvements Project. Your efforts are greatly appreciated helping to make a positive change for the citizens of San Francisco thereby improving the quality of life for all its residents, visitors and businesses.” The certificate was presented to YESCO Project Manager, Mark Taylor.
 

The Moscone Center, San Francisco’s largest convention facility, comprises more than 2 million sq. ft. of building area, and more than 700,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space. YESCO Electronics provided five single-face LED video displays (two 6 x 20-ft. 6mm, and three 6 x 30-ft. 10mm), which are used to promote current and future facility events. The programmable displays can produce full-matrix images utilizing an 18-quadrillion-color pallet, YESCO states.

 

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