Digital Signage

Digital Signage – Fitness and Recreation

Fitness and recreation centers typically have scores of televisions conveniently located throughout their facilities. Members are used to tuning in to TVs to pass the time while they exercise.

At the same time, fitness centers thrive when their services are used and their classes are well-attended.  By adding a few digital signage video displays or redirecting displays in lobbies, registration areas, lounges and locker rooms, StrandVision can help them achieve both of these goals.

Digital signs can post schedules and sign-ups. They can also build community by listing extra activities, interest groups and community events. They can be used to advertise local businesses and promote products that are sold at the center.

StrandVision Digital Signage rounds out the fitness/recreation experience. StrandVision Digital Signage offers a free digital signage software trial account for fitness and recreation centers. This includes sample content templates and personalized assistance to get your network up and running. Visit or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN) to learn more about digital signage.

Digital Signage in Recreation and Health

A digital sign is more than a sign. It expands public communication, opening up options for customization, interactivity, and connection that are closer to television than signage. But digital signage can be more targeted and interpersonal than television; in the right application it can enhance, expedite, or improve communication with the public.

To read more, see the October 2012 issue of Sound & Video Contractor or visit:

About Mike

Mike is president of StrandVision Digital Signage. He has a wealth of Business Marketing experience with over 11 years in electronic digital signage and 13 years in bar coding with his previously sold company StrandWare.
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  1. Digital signage offers a lot. I imagine seeing more and more of these at Rec centers in the near future.

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