Daktronics built the videoboard for the Texas Rangers’ Globe Life Field and is working on more orders. (Don Muret / Staff) Videoboard maker stays busy with order backlog, Vegas, new RFPs Daktronics, the biggest producer of videoboards for sports and entertainment venues, is weathering the COVID-19 storm in large part because of a three-month backlog of orders, according to 22-year company executive Jay Parker.  There’s also new business to pursue in the big leagues, revolving around LED video displays for about a half-dozen MLS stadiums in development and a pair of NHL arenas under construction.  Those deals can run $10 million to $15 million when packaged with ribbon boards and high-tech control rooms. “We’re still seeing sales activity with our sports customers,” said Parker, vice president of live events and spectaculars. “Different states have different regulations, but the teams still have a deadline and want to get into that building […]
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