The Peppermill Resort Spa Casino located in Reno, Nevada is one of the most glorious hospitality sites the world has ever seen. In terms of standards, the resort itself boasts a AAA Four Diamond rating exemplifying its dedication to giving their guests incredible experiences with every night’s stay. The property has 1,621 guest rooms, an 82,000-square-foot casino, and the 33,000-square-foot Spa & Salon Toscana with a fully heated indoor pool and sun deck. Some of the finest cuisine can be founds within the 10 award winning restaurants of the Peppermill resort serving dishes from all ends of the earth.
Downtown St. Louis is the home of the 18,724 seat Scottrade Center. The venue hosts some of the world’s top entertainment and athletic events and is visited by millions of individuals each and every year. Ponto Solutions was contacted to help get fans even more excited and partnered with Premier Mounts to provide digital signage mounting solutions that got people out of line and more engaged.
Arclight consulted with Cinema Scene, a leading provider of in-theatre digital signage solutions to convey promotional campaigns, digital lobby advertising, and engaging media to capture and hold an audience’s attention. Cinema Scene knew that Arclight’s Storywall needed to be completed at the highest structural integrity and needed front service access and locking mechanisms to prevent tampering. Premier Mounts was able to deliver solutions that best fit the architecture integration and mounting products that best supported the scale and size of this storytelling structure.
Premier Mounts partnered with AV integrator Whitlock to bring a new innovative learning experience to Virginia Commonwealth University. The installation used one of Premier Mounts’ video wall mounting solutions for a massive 8×4 video wall structure. The Premier Dedicated Solutions team also flexed their engineering muscle by designing and building an integral part of the video wall to correspond with its recessed architectural installation requirements. With the future of education becoming more technical every day, VCU relied on Whitlock and Premier Mounts to stay ahead of the curve.
Spence Diamonds needed to create a store that mirrored the technological innovations of their diamonds and told their story of social responsibility, quality, craftsmanship, and creation. Spence turned to Reflect Systems, a place-based digital media solutions provider, to provide digital strategy and design for their new locations in the United States. Premier Mounts was able to provide solutions that met the exact needs of what this project required including a four screen diamond video wall display.
After a successful project wrap-up for American Eagle Outﬁtters featuring custom built video walls that face inside the store and pivot backwards like barn doors, Premier Director of Solution Sales Shaun O’Brien was in a wrap-up meeting with their integrator partner ProMotion, and asked a simple question: “Is there anything else we can do for you?” That seemingly innocuous but often overlooked question, gave Premier the lead on a project at hundreds of Target stores through its Solutions Group, a new division that came about when Premier split the company into product and service models to better meet the challenges of
Digital signage is rapidly becoming a must-have technology for companies operating in the quick service restaurant market. Menu boards and animated videowalls offer convenient features such as the ability to update price, menu, nutritional info, and content easily. Vivid digital displays also prove superior to printed menu boards at grabbing the attention of restaurant guests and upselling products, providing a fast return on investment. Recently, Premier Mounts had the opportunity to partner with digital signage solutions company Embed Digital to deploy signage for one of the largest QSR restaurant chains, Pizza Hut.
New York City, 2012: Macy’s, the iconic American department store, took the first steps in a four-year project designed to transform the company’s flagship Herald Square location into the most interesting, technologically advanced department store in the world. Opening earlier this year, Macy’s new project dedicates 100,000 square feet of repurposed sales space to stage digital media environments designed to create newly immersive forms of customer experience. The majority of the basement floor was built to target the Millennial-age market who spend more than $65 billion at the store annually and engage with them through a digital and social media
When amusement and water park operations company, Cedar Fair (NYSE:FUN), wanted to make profitable use of its ride queue spaces, they turned to Reflect Systems, a national, full-service provider of out-of-home digital media solutions. A preliminary consultation with Reflect revealed that Cedar Fair could monetize its queue areas by displaying a stream of advertising and park-related promotions to guests waiting for rides. In addition to generating revenue, a pervasive digital signage program would entertain guests during wait times and enable park managers to promote under-served venues in real time. As Reflect worked with Cedar Fair to map out this ambitious
In October 2013, Miami’s American Airlines Arena unveiled a $3.5 million renovation of two exclusive Flagship Lounge restaurants reserved for Miami HEAT fans who invest in premium seats including courtside and Flagship seats. The project included a $600,000 digital signage installation designed to broadcast live Miami HEAT games, other Miami HEAT-related and special event content, and sponsor advertisements on a total of 107 displays in the two venues.
The design concept was to use a videowall as a show case for Tesla, a high end electric car dealership in San Francisco. The videowall would become an integral part of the overall interior design and reinforce the brand in a dynamic manner. Once the potential customer looked at the vehicles, the videowall would enhance the experience to the next level both visually and emotionally, without leaving the showroom.
SportsNet New York (SNY) was looking at updating a studio set used for “DailyNews Live!”, a daily sports round table talk show. They decided a new, innovative video wall would serve as a great centerpiece for the new set, and system integrator, VCA, recommended Premier Mounts to engineer and deliver a customized 3×3 video wall stand to ensure a precise ﬁt.
For those who say InfoComm‘s annual June event is only about networking, parties and having fun, The Integration Factory and Premier Mounts beg to differ. At the 2014 InfoComm show in Las Vegas first started talking about what became Daytona Rising. The $400 million overhaul of Daytona International Speedway, which hosts the so-called Super Bowl of auto racing every February, included digital signage at its centerpiece. Among highlights are two 24 x 47-foot existing frames that offer 720 x 1440 resolution over 104 square meters that flank two new towers (each of which are 40 x 80 feet and project
Nebraska Furniture Mart, the largest home furniture store in North America, opened a 562,000 sq ft location in Texas in Spring 2015. In order to integrate high-impact, branded digital signage throughout the superstore, they looked to Premier Mounts and Reflect for help. They sought to engage customers in its new Texas superstore, using digital signage to create interactive experiences that would promote branding and help direct customers to products throughout the massive store.
In 2014, Corey Airport Services began a project to add digital signage to the Palm Springs International Airport baggage claim area. Specific guidelines were set by the California city of Palm Springs, with strict requirements on all architectural designs. With the green light to seek out options for a digital signage project that would both promote and entertain international travelers, Corey scoured the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas to find the perfect creative solution.