2010 Soccer World Cup Newsletter

August 19, 2010

Editor’s Note

In this issue you can:

  • Enter our lucky draw to win two Tri-Nation tickets
  • Win a Mobi-Pro rental
  • Win a complimentary clip frame and graphics
  • Catch up on what Scan was doing over the World Cup period.

Scan was busy with a variety of interesting projects during the World Cup. Amongst others, we worked with Budweiser, Adidas, Sony, Globex, Sneakers, the SABC, the City of Cape Town and the City of Johannesburg. In this newsletter we showcase our work, including feedback and photos from some of the projects.
Before we look back on the World Cup, here’s a quick reminder about what’s ahead:
Markex will run from the 24 to 26 August at the Sandton Convention Centre. Don’t miss this chance to visit Scan Display’s stand (C27, Hall 2) to see what we – and you – can do with a Modulbox.

Best regards
Justin Hawes
justin@scandisplay.co.za
Managing Director

Adidas’s House of Football

Scan Display designed and built its largest custom stand to date – the 50m by 20m Adidas House of Football stand at the Sandton Convention Centre. This was the Adidas headquarters for the 2010 World Cup. Click here to read more.

City of Johannesburg’s World Cup Public Viewing Area

Scan Display partnered with Zanusi Brand Solutions to provide the City of Johannesburg with a World Cup Public Viewing Area (PVA) in Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown. Click here to read more.

SABC broadcast centres

Scan Display was awarded the SABC tender to build live radio broadcast centres at all 10 FIFA Fan Fests. Click here to read more.

Tourist information kiosks

Scan Display won the City of Cape Town’s tender to build 13 information kiosks in and around the city – from St George’s Mall to Khayelitsha. Click here to read more.

Australian cocktail lounge for dignitaries

The Australian Football Federation contracted Scan Display to create a space for it to entertain important guests and dignitaries, including FIFA’s Sepp Blatter, during the World Cup. Click here to read more.

Globex’s historic soccer memorabilia exhibition

The Globex World Football Museum in England takes its travelling soccer history exhibits all over the world. The exhibition’s most recent stop was Durban, South Africa for the duration of the World Cup. Click here to read more.

Sony hospitality

Scan Display designed and built exclusive hospitality lounges for Sony and its guests at three stadiums:
Moses Mabhiba in Durban, Soccer City in Johannesburg and Green Point Stadium in Cape Town. Click here to read more.

Fan park-and-ride kiosks

Scan Display built modern and sleek outdoor park-and-ride ticket kiosks for the cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Retailing FIFA™ merchandise

Sneakers, a supplier of FIFA™ merchandise, contracted Scan Display to construct temporary FIFA™ branded retail stands from which to sell their products at 50 locations throughout South Africa.

Budweiser Man of the Match trophies

Scan Display was honoured to be asked to design and build the display cases to house the Budweiser Man of the Match trophies at each of the World Cup stadiums.

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