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Super Bowl Stadium Will Feature Daktronics’ Scoreboard

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KELO Daktonics Atlanta Scoreboard

3:41 p.m.

The LED video display for the Atlanta Falcons stadium is more than five stories tall.  It is said to be the largest video display in sports.

In addition to its products, Daktronics will also have six employees working at the Super Bowl. 

The work on those displays was nearly done when KELOLAND’s Casey Wonnenberg visited Daktronics in 2017.  Watch her story on the Brookings-based business by clicking on the video below.


10:21 a.m.

Dozens of South Dakotans played a big role in this year’s Super Bowl.

That’s because Daktronics made 16 LED displays totaling 85,500 square feet in Mercedes-Benz Stadium, including the largest video scoreboard in the world.

KELOLAND’s Casey Wonnenberg will take you on a tour of the stadium on Your Money Matters on KELOLAND News at 10. Find additional details, photos and video of the scoreboards on Casey’s Facebook Page and Twitter as well as KELOLAND.com.  

For more coverage of the upcoming Super Bowl, see our Big Game Page. 

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