GoVisionTV Appoints Rep for SoCal, Southern Nevada GoVisionTV has appointed Morris Tait Associates as its official representative in the Southern California and southern Nevada markets. By RS Staff Published: February 2, 2017 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 GoVisionTV has appointed Morris Tait Associates as its official representative in the Southern California and southern Nevada markets. Morris Tait will serve as an independent sales representative for the company’s new LED video product designed for the residential and commercial hospitality markets. “GoVisionTV is an extremely impressive product that I believe our customers will be lining up for once they see it in action,” said Bill Grover, president of Morris Tait. “Our entire team is thrilled to represent this cutting-edge technology in the southern regions of California and Nevada.” The GoVisionTV account team will be led by Grover and includes sales coordinator Alison Morgan and regional sales managers Jeff Malik, John MacDonald and Darren Kolotyluk. “Morris Tait has an excellent track record and reputation in its markets, and I know Bill and his team will represent our brand very well,” said Chris Pruet, CEDIA channel sales manager for GoVisionTV. “They share our excitement for this revolutionary product and I know they’ll have great success representing our brand in their territories.” GoVisionTV offers homes and businesses the larger-than-life LED video screen experience typical of large concert arenas and sports stadiums. The personal, jumbo LED screen, designed for outdoor viewing, is completely weatherproof (IP 65-rated), viewable in full sunlight (greater than 5,500 nits), contains integrated speakers and multiple inputs, and is compatible with most existing home and commercial audiovisual systems. GoVisionTV can be mounted to most existing structures and walls or configured as a standalone viewing system using an available design kit featuring wood, stone, and other structures. With sizes starting at roughly 6 feet high by 10 feet wide (140 inches diagonal), GoVisionTV can be scaled to much larger sizes and in various viewing aspect ratios.