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Daktronics LED Displays Deliver Message at Saddleback Church
The Lake Forest, Calif. church chose Daktronics, Inc. to design and manufacture two LED video displays for the stage area.

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Daktronics, Inc. designed and manufactured two LED video displays for Saddleback Church's stage area.
February 19, 2013 By Jessica Camerato

Saddleback Church has added high definition LED displays to its facility as part of its Decade of Destiny campaign, a 10-year vision to help members in the areas of physical, financial, relational, emotional, mental, vocational and spiritual health.

The Lake Forest, Calif. church chose Daktronics, Inc. to design and manufacture two LED video displays for the stage area. Featuring 4mm line spacing, and the pair of displays measure 14 feet high and 24 feet wide to provide all attendees a clear view.

“We went through a thorough evaluation of possible technologies and displays before coming to the conclusion that an LED solution would work best,” says Dave Arnold, pastor and director of strategic initiatives. “Ultimately we determined Daktronics could provide us with the best LED solution for our needs.”

Among Saddleback’s needs include video displays for its five services and numerous events, such as concerts, workshops and seminars, at its main campus.

“The incredible image quality on the displays will provide the church with the opportunity to create an engaging experience for its message,” says Daktronics region manager Robin Hall.

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