Electro-Matic Products Hyperion Plus Electronic Message Center standing over the world famous Brat Stop.
Online PR News – 30-October-2012 – Farmington Hills, MI – Electro-Matic Products Hyperion Plus Electronic Message Centers, allow poignant messages, graphics and videos to be tailored to specific markets and customers with little to no effort as clearly seen in one of our newest and biggest displays now standing over the world famous Brat Stop!
“We are excited to add the famous Kenosha, Wisconsin-based
Brat Stop to our growing list of Electro-Matic Products,
Hyperion Plus installations. Many thanks go out to Wayne
Palmer and Prodigy Lighting & Sign for doing a wonderful job
with this project.”
~James Baker, Regional Sales Manager, Visual Products. Electro-Matic Products, Inc.
The Brat Stop opened in 1961 and is located just five minutes
over the Wisconsin/Illinois border. It is known as the unofficial
“Gateway to Wisconsin” and services over 450,000 visitors per
Electro-Matic Products, Inc. Hyperion Plus sign was one of the largest that has been built in the Electro-Matic Products facility
to-date. The process of assembling and testing the sign took only a few days.
The graphics, video and messaging was tailored by Electro-Matic’s top of the line, easy to use software for the Brat Stop’s
establishment; promoting drink specials and upcoming events.
After the assembling and 100% testing process, the display was then delivered to Wisconsin from Electro-Matic Products
headquarters in Farmington Hills, MI and installed by Prodigy Lighting & Sign.
Wayne Palmer, owner of Prodigy Lighting and sign was impressed with the Hyperion Plus and the ease of installation:
“The day of
install and inspection went great, we were happy with the installation and when we turned the sign on, it did exactly what it was
supposed to do on the first try, the design and layout was, and still is, exceptional”.
The allure to the Brat Stop is now not only the Bratwurst, Cheese Mart, sports, political and entertainment personalities, but now
their Hyperion Plus Electronic Message Center.