Brighton High School Raises New Scoreboard After Previous Display was Destroyed by Colorado Microburst

Brighton High School Scoreboard, courtesy of Signarama.

While not the size or scope of the Denver Broncos’ new scoreboard, Brighton High School is proud to announce that a new scoreboard has been installed at their football field after the previous one had been destroyed by a microburst last spring. The microburst had winds so powerful that they completely knocked-over-and-out the high school’s scoreboard, along with trees, light poles and roof tops.

The new scoreboard is eight feet tall and 24 feet wide and has been designed and engineered to exceed what the previous scoreboard had to offer.

Signarama, a professional, full-service sign design company based in Brighton, was contracted by the 27J School District to provide a new Watchfire WF-FB-11824TK Football Scoreboard. It includes caption plates for the school’s soccer and track teams and was engineered by Sullaway Engineering to withstand powerful wind loads. Precision Sign Company was responsible for the installation while Signarama designed the new Bulldog header and set up the programming and preliminary training for the scoreboard along with Watchfire.

“We have a state-of-the-art scoreboard among local high schools that is perfect for the needs of all of our stadium sports and we won’t have to worry about strong Colorado storms knocking it over,” said David Smith, athletic and activities director/assistant principal for Brighton High School. “The new scoreboard easily connected with our existing video system and everyone is quite pleased with the results. I know our parents especially like it’s clean look and the header for the Bulldog Logo.”

Signarama is an international sign and advertising franchise working under the United Franchise Group. Founded in the U.S. in 1986, it now has franchises in 13 countries, including France, French Guiana, and Australia. It has been named 249th in the 2018 top 500 Franchises in the U.S. by Entrepreneur magazine.

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