ARGYLE, TX (February 1, 2010) – GoVision (www.jumbo.tv), one of the nation's premier suppliers of turnkey mobile LED units and customized modular LED walls, completed its much-anticipated move into its new Argyle, Texas, headquarters facility over the weekend. The company officially calls Argyle home effective today.
“We're very excited to finally open up shop in Argyle,” said Chris Curtis, CEO of GoVision. “We were bursting at the seams in our Keller facility, so we're thrilled to finally have some breathing room for all our people and video equipment. On top of all that, the shiny new office space is a treat, and we love the convenient access we have to Interstate 35.”
Curtis took part in a formal groundbreaking for the Gateway Business Park on July 28, 2009. GoVision is the charter tenant of the facility, a 25-acre commercial development located at 847 FM 407 in Argyle, just east of I-35W. GoVision occupies a 50,000-square foot office/warehouse on Lot 4 of the park.
Effective immediately, GoVision's new headquarters address is 8291 Gateway Drive, Suite 100, Argyle, TX 76226. The new phone number is (940) 464-2320 and the fax is (940) 464-2530.
GoVision L.P. (www.jumbo.tv) provides affordable day or night, larger-than-life video broadcast for outdoor and indoor events nationwide through state-of-the-art LED walls and a fleet of custom-built mobile units. Its fleet ranges from GoBigger, the world's largest mobile high-definition LED screen, to GoTron, a 9' x 12' screen perfect for events with smaller crowds and budgets, and everything in between. GoVision boasts the world's largest inventory of Daktronics 12HD modular rental equipment. The company has had a prominent role in countless national events, including the 55th (Bush) and 56th (Obama) Presidential Inaugurations, the Breeders' Cup, Olympic Torch Relay and Lance Armstrong's Ride for the Roses. The Argyle, Texas-based company is the screen provider of the NCAA Final Four, Texas Motor Speedway, Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the University of Oklahoma and San Jose State football teams, and several PGA tournaments.