Chicken Charlie's teams up with PixelFlex for LED mobile concession stand
Chicken Charlie's, a fast casual restaurant owned by Charlie Boghosian, recently teamed up with Hitch-Hiker and PixelFlex to upgrade its FryBQ mobile concession stand with an LED video system. PixelFlex provided the company with two FLEXStorm 6-millimeter LED displays built to withstand the great outdoors, according to a press release.
The company deployed one display measuring 30 feet long by 40 inches high and another measuring 12 feet wide and 7 feet high. The displays offer 6,500 to 7,500 nits of brightness and have IP65-rated connections that can withstand harsh temperatures. The displays also feature an auto-correcting light sensor control system and front serviceable panels.
"Since Charlie wanted the ability to change his content on a regular basis, we needed to implement a user-friendly content management system for video playback," Mark McIntosh, sales engineer, PixelFlex, said in the release. "We decided to go with a BrightSign media player with an Apple TV system connected to it, and he now has the ability to create and control content for both LED screens independently directly off his iPhone. Using the raster presets we created in BrightSign, this system is very easy to use and it gives him quite a lot of capability at a relatively low cost."