Libertyville, IL (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
LED Display Signs has reported that the ownership and management of the Chicago Cubs are seriously considering options to install a JumboTron LED display screen in Wrigley Field. The management feels that despite many purist fans feelings that a JumboTron would detract from the historic nature and ambiance of the world famous ballpark, the advantages strongly outweigh the perceived negatives. The addition of an LED display screen would definitely improve the overall fan experience when attending a Cubs game, which is the primary consideration. Having the ability to provide big screen replays has become an accepted and almost mandatory element of any professional sports venue. Wrigley Field has never been able to provide this for their fans, and now would like to do so. In addition to improving the fan experience, the addition of a jumbo LED display screen would also provide an additional revenue source through the sale of advertising on the display. LED signs offer one of the best ROI (return on investment) in the sign industry.
Sports venues throughout both professional and amateur athletics now use large LED displays as an additional source of revenue along with the benefits of improving the fan experience. Even some high schools have purchased or leased jumbo LED displays for use at football games. This creates a win-win scenario for both the fans and the venues, which makes for a great combination. Companies like LED Display Signs can provide full color LED screens that can display real-time feeds, recorded replays and uploaded graphic s and video files. The software available from LED Display Signs, Inc. for today’s programmable LED displays also has the capability to schedule, track and even provide billing and invoicing statements and data for paid advertisers. Considering the reliability, software capabilities and ROI for LED displays, it’s no wonder that the Cubs management is now considering adding one to Wrigley Field. Wrigley Field was the last Major League ballpark to install lights for night games back in 1988. Now it appears as though it may be time for them to join the rest of the league by installing a jumbo LED display. The purists were all against the installation of the lights and the playing of night games at back in 1988, but now night games are as much a part of the Wrigley experience as anything else. Time and technology march on, even in Wrigleyville.