Crescent Digital to Outfit HOF with State-Of-The-Art Technology

Crescent Digital to Outfit HOF with State-Of-The-Art Technology

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Crescent Digital will be the official A/V supplier of the Pro Football Hall of Fame for at least the next three years under an agreement announced today.

Crescent Digital, based in Cleveland, Ohio, is renowned globally for its work in transforming spaces into immersive A/V environments with advanced and adaptably technology. The Hall and Crescent already are working together on several projects, most visibly the expansion and enhancement of the Nash Family Event & Conference Center on the Hall’s campus.

Technology in the Nash Center will include 36-foot by 10-foot direct-view LED displays, a 4K laser projection system and a state-of-the-art, high-quality audio system.

When work is completed this summer, the nearly 5,000-square-foot Nash Center will accommodate up to 600 people in theater-style seating or 400 at tables for public and private events, making it the premier event space of its size in Northeast Ohio.

Additionally, Crescent will install a new video display panel inside the Hall’s Presentation Center.

“We are excited to work for the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the fantastic team assembled for the Nash project and look forward to a long-term partnership with the Hall of Fame and the amazing projects they do within the communities they serve,” said Mike Heines, CEO & President of Crescent Digital.

Crescent Digital’s creative work can be experienced in numerous facilities, including areas of Rocket Loans Arena in Cleveland and at New Crew Stadium in Columbus, which is expected to open to fans in July.

“The missions at Crescent Digital and the Hall of Fame align beautifully,” said Pat Lindesmith, Chief Partnership Officer & Senior Vice President of Gold Jacket Relations at the Hall. “For the Hall, it’s more than great technology. Crescent continually gives back to the community, and the Hall truly enjoys working with Mike (Heines) and the entire Crescent team.”

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