School record boards are most often installed indoors, usually in the gym or athletic hallway. This is fine for sports that are played indoors, but creates a disconnect for sports that compete on fields and courts outside the building. Many fans and rival teams who attend sporting events never see the inside of the school. This is where an outdoor record board can be beneficial. It offers the opportunity to display records right where they’re broken, and where fans congregate.Read More
The athletic department at Island Coast High School in Cape Coral, FL put together a comprehensive project that included a record board for each sport. Not only were they thoughtful about different sports and their various records, Island Coast was very deliberate in the way they displayed the boards.Read More
A special update from our Owner, Shaun Fitzgibbons, about the future of the industry.
In the last decade, our team has seen tremendous change in how we market our graphics and how we serve our customers. We have witnessed a movement in the world of athletics where competition is at an all-time high — and not just one the field! Schools have realized that the recruitment battle starts before an athlete even steps on a field.Read More
Overcome These Common Issues When Displaying Baseball & Softball Graphics
Baseball and softball fields present some unique challenges when you’re trying to display impactful graphics like team championships or athlete accomplishments. Baseball and Softball fields are quite large and require a long viewing distance. Generic fences typically surround the facility, and field is often far from the parking lot or school, so finding the field can be difficult. Here are three common issues found at ballparks and how to get past it.Read More
This time of year always makes us think baseball. Spring is just around the corner, pitchers and catchers are reporting, and baseball coaches are interested in record boards for the upcoming season. With that in mind, here is a spotlight on a baseball record board we built for Carrollton High School in Missouri.Read More