BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Formetco Sports becomes the Official Video Board Partner of the Gulf South Conference in a new agreement announced by the league office.

“Formetco’s partnership with the GSC is a perfect collaboration,” said GSC Commissioner Matt Wilson. “In-venue experience continues to be a key consideration when our member institutions evaluate their facility plans.”

The partnership features in-person presentation and information sessions for GSC athletic administrators with the Formetco team, presence on all GSC produced live events, and branding on

“Formetco is excited about the opportunity to partner with the Gulf South Conference, because we are located in metro Atlanta, working with the GSC is a perfect fit,” said Formetco Southeastern Sports Sales Manger Jeremiah Parker. “We look forward to helping schools within the conference, not with just a facility upgrade, but with improved recruiting, generating new ad revenue, and engaging the fans with a state of the art video scoreboard.”

About Formetco
Formetco Sports is your venue’s one source for scoring, sound, and video entertainment needs. Formetco designs and facilitates complete turn-key LED Video scoring solutions for outdoor and indoor applications. Sports packages feature easy to use multi-sports scoring, sound systems, control rooms, video cameras, replay, and much more. Formetco LED scoreboards and digital scoreboards have the best warranties in the industry, and unparalleled on-going service and support seven days a week.

About Gulf South Conference
The Gulf South Conference is a charter NCAA Division II member based in Birmingham, Ala., that sponsors 19 sports, 18 annual championships, and has won 54 NCAA team titles. The GSC is comprised of 13 member institutions — The University of Alabama Huntsville, Auburn University at Montgomery, Christian Brothers University, Delta State University, Lee University, Mississippi College, University of Montevallo, Shorter University, Union University, Valdosta State University, University of West Alabama, University of West Florida, and University of West Georgia.