Joshua M. Young was recently appointed President of YESCO Franchising. Josh assisted with the founding of YESCO Franchising in 2011 and has served as its Vice President and General Manager. Under his excellent leadership, YESCO Franchising has grown to 89 territories in the Central and Eastern United States and Canada.
Josh has worked at YESCO for 16 years. He began his career as a helper in the layout, neon and vinyl departments. After returning from a leave of absence he excelled as a risk manager for the company. Josh then transitioned into an account executive for YESCO Outdoor Media. He has been described as capable, focused, committed, caring, and a great employee.
His work experience also includes employment at The Academy for Creating Enterprise. This non-profit organization teaches young people the skills necessary to own and operate small businesses in third-world countries. He continues to serve on the board of directors of this charitable organization.
Josh earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Westminster College and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Utah.
YESCO Outdoor Media has acquired the billboard assets of Reagan National Advertising in Idaho and Montana. This acquisition adds 80 faces in Idaho bringing the total number of display faces to 378, and additionally 14 faces in Montana which now totals 346. YESCO Outdoor Media is the second largest outdoor company in both Idaho and Montana.
March 20 marks YESCO’s 96th anniversary. For nearly a century, YESCO has remained a leader in the manufacture and maintenance of signs and lighting. Such a reputation is only possible by dealing fairly, honestly and consistently with customers year after year, generation after generation. Our customers’ continued success ensures our continued success. Thank you for letting us help bring your success to light.
YESCO Electronics announces today that it will be rebranded as Prismview, A Samsung Electronics Company. The name change is the result of a directive intended to better align Prismview’s identity with its new parent company Samsung Electronics.
On March 3, 2015 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced its acquisition of Logan, Utah-based YESCO Electronics, LLC, a leading LED sign and display manufacturer with more than 2,000 installations across the U.S. and abroad and more than 20 years in the industry. The acquisition reinforces Samsung’s entry into the LED display market, extending the reach of the company’s pioneering technologies and expertise beyond large- format displays (LFDs) using LCD panels, where the company has been the worldwide market leader for six consecutive years.
Since the Samsung acquisition, Prismview has seen significant investments in the Logan, Utah plant in personnel, equipment, and other resources. Prismview has also seen its international sales increase by more than 75%.
According to John Williams, CEO of Prismview, “Samsung’s vast resources have added to our existing expertise, and have positioned Prismview to become the world leader in LED digital signage.” For more information: 866-989-3726 email@example.com www.prismview.com
Prismview continues to impress the digital signage industry with landmark installations such as the recently commissioned center hung display at the AT&T Center, home of the San Antonio Spurs. Along with the center hung, Prismview built and installed more than sixty (60) other individual displays creating a powerful system that delivers the ultimate fan experience.
Prismview will continue to offer a full range of indoor and outdoor LED display products engineered for outstanding image quality and durability. Combined with Samsung’s LCD display line-up, consumers will benefit from the broadest catalog of visual display products in the world.
Norco, California is known as Horsetown USA. The entire city is country themed-no sidewalks, but plenty of horse trails, hitching posts and hospitality. This YESCO designed gateway sign spans 70' across the city's busiest street. The 16mnm LED display is used to advertise rodeos and other community events.
Norco is located in Riverside County, California
Boulder City, Nevada officials wanted to put a shine on the city’s welcome signs depicting Hoover Dam. Since there was zero chance of running power to the signs, the lighting experts at YESCO found the perfect solution−an updated solar lighting system. “The project far exceeded any expectations we had and YESCO knocked it out of the park,” said Gary Poindexter, Boulder City public works superintendent.
Boulder City originally constructed in the early 1930s to house 5,000 Hoover Dam project workers is located 30 miles from the bright lights of Las Vegas.