Roland DGA not only unveiled its new Roland DisplayStudio digital sign system at the recent ISA 2014 in Orlando, it also gave away free systems to lucky Expo attendees. A total of three Roland DisplayStudio “sign-in-a-box” packages, each featuring a 40-inch monitor, media player and software, were given away over the course of the show. Winners were selected at random from those who entered Roland’s drawing after attending one of company’s in-booth digital signage demonstrations.
“The launch of Roland DisplayStudio attracted a lot of attention at ISA, and this related giveaway definitely added to the buzz and excitement,” said Rick Scrimger, president of Roland DGA Corp. “We congratulate all of the winners.”
Roland DisplayStudio is a complete, turnkey solution designed especially for traditional sign shops looking to expand their product offerings and increase profits by introducing digital signage to existing print customers. Roland’s affordable, easy-to-use system perfectly complements end user print signage campaigns, while making it simple for sign shops to design, implement and manage digital signage displays for their clients.
We congratulate the following individuals on winning Roland DisplayStudio “sign-in-a-box” packages at ISA 2014:
Norman MacLeod of Serrato Signs, located in Leicester, Mass.
Glenroy Baptiste of EMC Limited, located in Miami, Fla.
Kevin Hebert of FastSigns, located in Boutte, La.
To learn more about the Roland DisplayStudio digital sign system, or the complete lineup of high quality Roland products and accessories, visit www.rolanddga.com.
About Roland DGA Corp.
Roland DGA Corp. serves North and South America as the marketing, sales and distribution arm for Roland DG Corp. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in the sign, graphic arts, vehicle graphics, engraving, ADA signage, direct part marking, rapid prototyping, 3D modeling and dental CAD/CAM industries. Roland DG is affiliated with Roland Corp., renowned in the music industry for developing MIDI technology and for producing digital music equipment including drums, keyboard synthesizers, recording equipment and other related technologies.
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