CEDIA 2017 in San Diego will feature a special benefit concert to raise funds for the establishment of a new safe house for victims of sex trafficking. And to make certain that attendees get a great view of the top-notch artist lineup, producers Paul and Jerri Starkey have arranged for a massive GoVisionTV to serve as the backdrop to the stage.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, September 7, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Humphrey’s in San Diego.
A relative newcomer to the CEDIA market, GoVisionTV sells TVs starting at 138 inches, for both the residential and commercial hospitality markets. The company’s personal jumbo TV, designed for outdoor entertainment, is completely weatherproof (IP65-rated) and viewable in full sunlight (greater than 5,500 nits.)
The CEDIA benefit will begin with a live-painting experience by Noah Kaplan of Leon Speakers, followed by ’70s cover-rock band, The Buckleys, and a video tribute to Women of Influence. Creedence Forever will then perform while an on-stage film recounting the Creedence Clearwater Revival saga makes its world debut.
The show will reach its crescendo when headline act Queen of Hearts takes the stage.
“This is a perfect opportunity for us to showcase GoVisionTV’s capabilities while giving back to a worthy cause with the dealers we love to serve,” said Chris Pruet, national sales manager, CEDIA channel sales for GoVisionTV. “We hope all the CEDIA attendees will turn out for this awesome headline event.”