About Youth Scoreboards
We are looking to partner with communities to provide them with the best added value they can have while creating better playing grounds for children in the area.
These improved playing fields will also lead the way to creating great relationships between sponsors and members of the receiving community.
Scoreboard advertising provides sponsors with the opportunity to showcase their brands, developing brand loyalty among young athletes and their families.
Youth Scoreboard BIOS
A Native of Arkansas, Coach Switzer graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1960. He played Center and Linebacker for the Razorbacks and was captain of the 1959 team that claimed the Southwestern Conference and Gator Bowl titles. In 1966, Coach Switzer joined the University of Oklahoma staff as offensive line coach, and was named head coach of the Sooners in 1973. In his 16 years at OU, Barry compiled a 157-29-4 record. His winning percentage ranks as the fourth best in NCAA Division I history. Coach Switzer led Oklahoma to 3 national championship titles, as well as 12 Big 8 Championships. His teams won 8 out of 13 bowl appearances.
Coach Switzer was named head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 1994, leading them to the 1996 Super Bowl Championship. He is one of only three coaches to have won championships in both the NCAA and the NFL.
Mr. Henry founded Sports Magazines of America in 1978. This company published team specific magazines for several Universities including Sooners Illustrated (Oklahoma), Huskers Illustrated (Nebraska), Longhorns Illustrated (Texas) and Trojans Illustrated (USC). Mike sold Sports Magazines of America in 1994. Mike Co-Founded StadiaNet Sports in 1995. StadiaNet installed and owned large scale video displays (Sony JumboTrons) at universities including Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Purdue, Oregon State, Iowa, Vanderbilt, Alabama and Tennessee. StadiaNet produced each live game broadcast and sold all of the advertising, both static in venue as well as video based advertising. StadiaNet was sold in 1999 to Paul Allen, the owner of the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trailblazers and co-founder of Microsoft.
Neal H. Pilson is a senior industry executive, former president of CBS Sports, and owner of Pilson Communications, Inc., (PCI) – a sports television consulting company since 1995. PCI is active in all areas of sports television, media and marketing, and provides representation, negotiation and consulting services for U.S. and International companies and organizations. Pilson has worked with and provided services to a Who’s Who of sports entities including the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball, NCAA, NASCAR, IOC, Rose Bowl, Kentucky Derby, OU, Arena Football and many others.
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