GoVision Grows StaffGoVision announced the addition of three professionals to support the company's growth and product line expansion. 9/10/2008 6:36 AM Eastern
GoVision Grows Staff
GoVision announced the addition of three professionals to support the company's growth and product line expansion.
GoVision, a Keller, Texas-based provider of LED video walls and mobile units, announced the addition of three professionals to support the company's growth and product line expansion.
Jeff Williams serves as the new production manager, overseeing event personnel and scheduling, as well as show logistics. He most recently worked in production and commercial traffic/continuity for Susquehanna Radio in Dallas. He has also worked on Dallas Mavericks broadcasts and served as producer and programmer for two radio stations.
Stephen Moore joins the company as an account executive in charge of new business development for GoVision's fleet of mobile LED units and custom video walls. Moore has a B.S. in education from Abilene Christian University and coached collegiate track for several years following his 2000 graduation.
Brett Amman assumes the role of account executive for GoTron, the company's new ultra-mobile video unit designed for smaller events and tighter budgets. Previously, he spent two years as operation assistant with the EDS Byron Nelson Championship in Las Colinas, Texas, where he learned about event logistics and the creative use of jumbo video screens.
"Brett, Stephen, and Jeff are all extremely talented young guys and make great additions to the GoVision team," said Chris Curtis, CEO of GoVision, in a statement. "Each will play an important role in the continued growth of our business, supporting our expansion not only with our larger screens and videowalls, but also with the new GoTron unit."