The club has installed a number of 50-inch, 65-inch and 103-inch Panasonic Plasma panels throughout the venue, including the auditorium, gaming floor and famous Chinese restaurant, Don Heng King Crab Century.
The screens will display various content including sport, subscription TV, in-house bingo scores, venue information, promotions and presentations.
Wests Ashfield Leagues Club’s CEO, Andy Timbs said, “The new Plasmas look great, especially the giant 103-inch; its sheer size has really impressed our members and visitors. As a display solution, we are able to tailor the content being shown on the screens, depending on what is happening in the club on a particular night.”
“The screens really stand out and are definitely a draw card for sporting fans. Visitors to the Club will now have the opportunity to see their favourite footy games, including The State of Origin series with spectacular size, brightness and definition; the Club now offers the best seats to see all the action,” added Timbs.
Australian Data Cable Systems’ Managing Director, David Herring said that Panasonic was the clear choice as it was reliable and provided excellent customer service.
“Flexibility and versatility were key purchasing criteria for Wests Ashfield. The Club wanted to use the panels to display different content and formats across a range of installations, including informal environments, restaurant areas and entertainment spaces. Because Panasonic Plasmas can be individually configured and mounted either horizontally or vertically, they were ideally suited to meet the Club’s special needs,” says Herring.