3 Benefits of Having a Custom Scoreboard

March 17, 2016

For many schools throughout the tri-state area, Spring sports season is already underway. As your teams begin hitting practice and preparing for the big games ahead, you should too by considering purchasing a brand new scoreboard to kick off the season the right way. Besides offering support to your hard working athletes, a customized scoreboard also offers many other benefits as well.

  1. Boosts school spirit. It’s really no surprise that creating a branded scoreboard can help rally the crowd and increase team morale. Your athletes and fans will be proud of their professional scoreboard that helps keep them up-to-speed on all the action.
  2. Increases the value of your school. Don’t forget to beautify your building! Adding professional, custom accents will help take your school to the next level — especially in the eyes of students, parents and fans. A branded scoreboard helps build your “brand” as a school, and showcase it to the rest of your community in a professional manner.
  3. Creates opportunities for advertising. While some school teams do solicit sponsors, advertising opportunities for smaller districts might mean announcements for school programs and fundraisers. A personalized scoreboard allows you the ability to create a central focus point for any messages that you’d like to deliver.

Here at Nickerson Corporation, we take pride in providing the latest in high quality, environmentally-friendly products such as sports flooring, digital scoreboards, and other school gym equipment to schools in the New York and New Jersey areas. We’ve had the pleasure of partnering with leading manufacturers in the athletic equipment industry, which has allowed us to create sports environments that encourage hard work, high morale and integrity — three key ingredients to a successful sports season.

To learn more about how we can help you upgrade your old scoreboard, to a brand new, custom-branded,  interactive, LED digital display scoreboard, call 631-666-02001.