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Wayne County Lightfest Uses LED Display To Communicate With Customers

Posted by Jesse Cameron on Dec 14, 2017 1:32:57 PM
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Westland, MI is home to Wayne County’s Lightfest where it is home to the largest holiday light show in the Midwest. Visitors pay a small fee or donate a toy, on certain nights, to gain access to the light show. Visitors then enjoy over 100,000 lights and nearly 50 animated themed displays as they stroll through the property in the comfort of their own vehicles. With lines that get lengthy for such an attraction, the Wayne County Lightfest has implemented a 16mm LED display from Electro-Matic Visual to keep things running smooth.

With a high interest, the Lightfest often has a respectable line. While customers momentarily wait in line, the LED sign gives the customers information on the $5 fee, cash only, hours of operation and more. The information that the LED display communicates allows the line to move faster and more efficient, making the experience for everyone much more enjoyable.

The LED Sign from Electro-Matic Visual is actually the same design as our trailer demo, but with a custom wrap. This enables the Lightfest to have flexibility where they want to put their sign during peak hours or when trying to inform the community of the open date. Considering this is a seasonal operation for Wayne County Parks, they are able to transfer the sign to other events in the spring, summer and early fall.
 
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