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LUXMAX USA Lights Up Spring Spectacular with Sponsorship


Sarah Scarnechia and Win Vision were victorious in the $5,000 Low Junior / Amateur Jumper Gamblers' Choice. Photo by Andrew Ryback 

Wayne, IL- June 27, 2014- Showplace Productions' Spring Spectacular was even more spectacular this year thanks to sponsor LUXMAX USA. LUXMAX USA is a manufacturer of LED video displays for broadcast, architecture and events. The innovative company has produced the background screen displays for major events, blockbuster television programs and for major concerts for groups such as Maroon 5, Keith Urban, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson and Beyonce's Superbowl half-time show.  


"LUXMAX products were used on the Oscars this year and the Grammies, and we always do Dancing with the Stars and American Idol. Our products can also be seen on Country Music Awards the Video Music Awards," said Robert Scarnechia, Vice President of LUXMAX USA.    

Robert Scarnechia and Pat Boyle at the LUXMAX Win Vision jump. 
Photo by Andrew Ryback

LUXMAX USA / WinVision LED display systems have set a new standard for the rental, touring and fixed installation markets. Their line of products offers superior design and is extremely lightweight.


"We have 1400 tiles out on the One Direction Stadium Tour this year, which is about 120 feet wide and 60 feet tall," Scarnechia said when talking about the about the LED screen used during Spring Spectacular.  "We have the lightest and brightest LED screens in the world."


Competitors and attendees of Spring Spectacular benefited from LUXMAX's huge LED screen. In addition to enhancing the overall spectator experience in the LUXMAX USA Grand Prix Arena, they enjoyed the broadcast of the running of the Belmont Stakes.


Scarnechia's daughters ride competitively. Emily Scarnechia rides in the Children's ponies and Sarah Scarnechia, a talented jumper rider, won the $5,000 Low Junior Amateur Jumper Gamblers' Choice class. She rode her horse named after LUXMAX counterpart WinVision and as fate would have it, the "joker" fence, worth 200 points, was the LUXMAX USA-sponsored vertical.

Sarah Scarnechia and Win Vision at the award ceremony. 
Photo by Kendall Bierer
"We wanted to be involved as well, and we go to all the shows with our kids so we figured it was a good fit to sponsor some shows," said the Scarnechia. "We will do something really spectacular next year."


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