Earlier this year, Almo Professional A/V pioneered something amazing on behalf of the AV and IT distributor markets: a top-rate, digital version of its award-winning regional experience, E4. Yes, as was the case with pretty much all shows this year — with the exception of the last great live event of 2020, ISE Show — Almo was forced to pivot to move its regional roadshows to an online format. But after viewing Tuesday’s fall E4v, I can tell you the distributor did it with grace, putting together a delightful experience with content that wasn’t designed to put you to sleep.This is the second of two articles encompassing sessions from day one of the October E4v. The first article, all about UCC, can be found here.Almo’s E4v attendees logged in from around the world Tuesday to hear some pretty incredible AV and IT educational content in a live, not-canned format. Led by an entertaining-as-ever Joel Rollins, event emcee, day one of E4v proved to be particularly great.Our roundup of the Digital Signage part of the show — part two of five in an E4v recap series — is below. Let’s discuss.Digital Signage During a Pandemic: Trends, Technology and OpportunityJonathan Brawn is the principal at Brawn Consulting and, valuable bit of information, AVIXA’s 2020 Educator of the Year. So, naturally, we knew Brawn’s knowledge sharing on E4v Tuesday would be brilliant.“There truly is a light at the end of the tunnel,” Brawn led.Yes, he’s talking about COVID-19, but that’s because you really can’t have a conversation around changing technology today without the pandemic part of the convo — it’s still top-of-mind for most. That’s for good reason: We shouldn’t be specifying technology today that isn’t suited for what (we now know) could happen tomorrow. During this pandemic, we’ve had to find new and safe ways to do everyday tasks, Brawn continued. Otherwise, we’d all be in a convention center face-to-face right now.Brawn’s session Tuesday explored changes in communication, monitoring and security that COVID-19 has produced. By the end of the livestream, he circled us back to how we can start navigating it now, not later. Digital signage in particular, he continued, is going to shape the future of life in a pandemic and beyond.Some callouts on the impact that COVID-19 has had:We have been shocked by, and are now suffering through lockdowns, quarantine and enforced changes to daily routines.Operations have increasingly been driven outside — with dining, shopping and even salons operating in rapidly constructed outdoor spaces.The majority continue to work from home at least part-time, and 4 in 10 of all working-age Americans currently work from home exclusively.77% of Americans are not currently comfortable dining out.42% of Americans are not currently comfortable going to the store.We continue to live our lives via Zoom calls and cloud tools, adapting to constantly changing situations while trying to stay sane.Yup. That last one I can definitely relate to.Among these changes, who even has a morning routine anymore? Brawn joked. If you do, we commend you.Next, we learned of some insights from AVIXA’s Impact Surveys and its IOTA report. Contrasting the dip we’re all seeing and feeling now, Brawn continued, we’re still forecasting a ton of pent-up demand. The opportunities are there — while different from what was considered normal before — if, of course, we’re willing to adapt to them. (Take Brawn’s personal example: He considers himself more of a projector guy, though he’s doing a ton more with flat panels these days.) That growth will explode in Q2 of 2021, and we all need to be prepared for it.Trends that Brawn explained are emerging under the pandemic: a new global focus on healthcare facilities; a strict requirement for increased cleaning and maintenance of all public-facing technology; a desire for touchless interaction whenever possible; the further integration of mobile devices into our daily lives (e.g., tracking of mobile device users via Wi-Fi); and a greater focus on cloud-based implementations. All this leads to a definite merging of digital signage, surveillance, security and IoT technologies into a new set of unified solutions, Brawn explained.As we see these rapidly growing trends in digital signage, we should note that many of these solutions ultimately leverage our technologies (that’s the AV industry’s technologies) to meet the needs, Brawn pointed out.The session continued on with the addition of Chris Mertens of Samsung joining the livestream to discuss more specific technology that could help today.HAPPENING NOW: @BrawnConsulting just brought on Chris Mertens of @SamsungBizUSA during his session on Day 1 of @AlmoProAV’s #E4v ⬇️“We’re coming up with unique ways to place #DigitalSignage in unique locations where you previously might not have.” #AVtweeps #AVisLIFE pic.twitter.com/BMyApJJLhs— rAVe [PUBS] (@rAVePubs) October 27, 2020Technologies discussed next were digital signage with hand sanitizer (yes, we went there; but with the callout that we’re now seeing higher-quality displays for these types of executions); traffic management kiosks (driving people to act a certain way, like getting thousands into a manufacturing plant on time but safely); temperature detection and access control (like temperature scanners); touchless interactive signage (this is old technology made new, Brawn added); smart lockers (where you can go up and use your phone — scanning a QR Code, for instance — to unlock it); workplace distancing solutions (self explanatory); and QSR signage (if you can figure out the zoning permits).Brawn hopes the industry approaches this topic with optimism — perhaps cautious optimism? — with a belief that there’s just a ton of potential for what could happen here.See related The Importance of Investing in the FutureNSCA Roundtable — Digital SignageRounding out the day Tuesday, we were excited for a roundtable led by Tom LeBlanc of the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) and two industry guests: Robert Parsons of Taurus Technologies and Michael Ferrer of NEC. These sessions in particular are exciting in that they can take a number of directions as the conversation plays out.As public health has become top of mind, people want to see that the businesses in which they work and stores in which they shop are clean and are being properly maintained.Thus, many verticals that were doing signage before are only expanding upon it, Parsons said. Alternatively, companies that did not embrace the signage approach before are changing their perspectives; they’re now seeing just how impactful digital signage can be.On COVIDFerrer added that, pre-COVID, a typical digital signage deployment included large interactive touch screens, kiosks, large video walls, portrait-style screens, etc. It was often about one-upping the other guys, whether that was making a display with smaller bezels or what have you. Today, while, of course, we’ll keep innovating in this sense, we need to serve the customer first — and keep looking for opportunities to better user experience through signage, despite it being a crowded market with many going after the same sales. One suggestion, Ferrer added, is to guide customers to look at the technology investment long-term, not just choosing what’s lower-cost or a quick win now.Partners like Taurus Technology, where Parsons serves as VP of sales at the AV integration firm based out of Dallas, can help customers look at it holistically. Today, some of the demands lie around a renewed sense of customer challenges in-stores, Parsons added. Integrators and system designers in digital signage need to pay attention to new trends — Parsons says he’s not necessarily seeing us take advantage of new ways to create signage (enticing people outside of just QR Codes, for instance).Ferrer joked that he’s still seeing static signs — in other words, poles stuck in orange cones with tape all over them. We can help our peers and customers feel safe through digital signage (perhaps getting rid of the tape?).On Not COVIDThe panel transitioned next to topics such as analytics, Digital-Signage-as-a-Service (DSaaS) and selling digital signage.On the latter, LeBlanc started that many end users think first about signage impacting customers, students, employees — and a lot of time, the customer thinks more about the outcome and less about the technology. Do integrators think the opposite way though?Parsons agreed and added that he attempts to talk, first, about what customers want to accomplish. Who are we trying to reach? How are we trying to reach them? How often? He urges his clients to figure out the style of content and what the future goals are with the signage — not just for today. Then, the hardware is a complement to that. Integrators can spend a little more time talking about the overall design of the concept to the customer, Parsons argued, focusing heavily on the content.In agreement, Ferrer added that integrators selling digital signage can better align with customers on the purpose of the signage before selling it, making sure the system is easy to use and maintain. In other words, don’t sell customers a solution that will need rewiring a few years down the road when they demand changes or add-ons.It’s both a content and a hardware game. But if the success of a digital-signage solution hinges on content, we could be doing a better job, as integrators, in the discovery phase to set that stage for success early on — does that customer have the resources to create and deploy good content along with good hardware? Making standout content for the displays is critical, Ferrer argued. If customers don’t understand that, we need to guide them.E4v Day One: Very Much Worth Your TimeAlmo’s second E4v, a totally online version of the show, began Tuesday, Oct. 27. It will continue to take place over the next two days, Oct. 28 and 29. The show is broken down into six verticals — what Almo is calling “Solution Centers” — that offer the industry a wide array of insights and forward-thinking education. Oh, also offering 14 AVIXA CTS Renewal Units (RUs) over the course of the three days is a very real draw too.The Solution Centers: UCC, digital signage, next-generation workspaces, pro audio, the future of events and meetings, and direct-view LED.A screen shot of Almo E4v’s Digital Signage Solution Center interfaceEach day’s live webinar-style sessions (offering the opportunity for audience participation and an interactive chat feature, so the audience can talk to and challenge the speakers directly in real time) are followed by prompts to explore any of the six E4v Solution Centers. One of Tuesday’s featured Solution Centers was Digital Signage (as per this wrap-up article), and some of the featured content covered topics like:Create Stunning, Immersive Digital Signage with ProjectionDigital Signage Solutions for Any Business NeedWhat’s at the Core of Your Digital Signage Installations?Why Use a Commercial Quality Mount for Your Digital Signage?Also interesting was the breakdown of Digital Signage “Product Solutions” in this Solution Center: including displays, video walls, media players/software, mounts specialty displays and more.If you missed day one of the fall E4v, catch day two on Wednesday, Oct. 28. If you’re not registered, sign up for day three (Oct. 29) here: https://e4evolution.com/.
#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# The ribbon-cutting at the inauguration of Doosan Bobcat’s plant in IndiaProduction of Doosan Bobcat’s backhoe loaders has begun at the company’s first manufacturing plant in India.The new backhoe loaders will be added to Bobcat’s current product offering in India, which includes several skid-steer loader models and mini-excavator models.The manufacturer said that India’s compact market is the third largest in the world and that its backhoe loader market, which accounts for 80% of country’s entire compact construction market, is the biggest in the world. Growing by an average of 9.7% a year since 2014.Scott Park, Doosan Bobcat CEO, said: “Of all the emerging economies, India is the key market, showing the most prominent growth pattern fuelled by investment increases in various types of infrastructure across the country.”The backhoe loaders now being produced at the plant were designed and developed by the company’s Chennai engineering team for working conditions and customer needs in India.In a significant push to solidify its presence in the country’s compact equipment market Doosan Bobcat plans to add 25 dealerships and 65 sales networks across India, before the end of this year. It also intends to further expand its sales networks to 200 by 2024.The manufacturer said that in the future production at the new plant in Chennai would be expanded, to make it a global manufacturing hub for exporting products to other countries.Scott Park said: “We plan to use the Chennai plant as our global production base for backhoe loaders and boost their sales around the world and in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia in particular.”Located on the outskirts of Chennai, the 80,000 sq m (860,0000 sq ft) site includes fabrication, warehouse, assembly and paint shop facilities. The integrated plant was opened by the company a year ago and signalled the company’s entry into the Indian backhoe market. It has a maximum production capacity of 8,000 machines per year.
Former Airline pitcher Andrew Lowe and former Benton pitcher Aaron Sheppard helped the West defeat the East 7-1 in the Louisiana High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game on Saturday in Denham Springs. Lowe and Sheppard were among six West pitchers that combined for a two-hitter, according to The Baton Rouge Advocate. Lowe, an Ole Miss signee, pitched the final two innings. He faced seven batters, striking out three and walking one. “Lowe was very dominating,” West coach Glenn Cecchini of 5A state champ Barbe told The Advocate. “He’s going to be a big leaguer one day.”Sheppard, a Louisiana Tech signee, pitched one inning.— Staff Reports, [email protected] Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
All Activity Posted April 20, 2015 You’re only about a month late on this… UC! Followers 1 I keep hearing people (on these boards and at Rapids matches) saying “why yellow/gold?” so here is my answer. 1) Already used blue for the flag motif, can’t use red so yellow is the obvious choice. 2) yellow away shirts are very common for Arsenal. We already wear white sleeves because of Arsenal so why not wear yellow and blue like Arsenal? (for those of you who don’t know, the Rapids and Arsenal are both owned by the Kroenke’s.) I for one love the shirt and am glad the rapids kept with the clash away and not the White that is so common in MLS.After seeing the kits in action, I actually don’t think it’s that bad anymore. Share on other sites Sports Logo News CubsFanBudMan 4,667 posts 4,276 posts Members By Crabcake, April 9, 2015 in Sports Logo News Crabcake CubsFanBudMan 1,699 0 Sports Logos Best/Worst/”Meh” of 2015 MLS Jersey Week 359 29 Share on other sites patsox Link to post 153 Location:Gainesville, FL Link to post NYCdog 769 posts Posted April 9, 2015 399 Sports Logos Members Members Share this post Link to post Crabcake Crabcake As a san jose fan I love the blue home Posted April 20, 2015 Favourite Logos:Caps’ weagle, Orioles Cartoon bird Members Forums Home Share on other sites 1,699 Banned Link to post 677 JTernup Favourite Logos:Caps’ weagle, Orioles Cartoon bird 1,699 Go To Topic Listing Share this post Posted April 9, 2015 I was unsure of the Revs’ red kits at first, but after seeing them in action a couple weeks ago in Colorado, they look pretty striking. The design isn’t the best, but I love that they went in a different direction than white.I think they’re testing the waters for a rebrand with these kits. I won tickets to last weeks game, and I got some other loot with the tickets. All red stuff. Red sunglasses, a red coozy, and all the season ticket lanyards are red this year. The New England flag is even more prominent this year, too. It’s all over the wall wrap at the stadium. We should see the red kits today on national TV, since they’re playing Philly in Philly. Members Members 1,744 posts 1,699 Share this post Members JTernup 1,699 Stay safe, everyone 0 All Activity 4,276 posts Share this post Share on other sites As a san jose fan I love the blue homeI like the blue too but I would like to see black used as a secondary Members I first started to get into soccer in February 2014, and have really gotten into MLS lately. Considering how I was a uniform nut BEFORE discovering MLS Jersey Week, this is right up my alley. So, without further ado…Best:1. Crew SC Secondary – LOVE the black jersey, and also love how they worked in yellow and white.2. Impact Secondary – Looks much more professional and much cleaner.3. Red Bulls Primary – The first real change to the home jersey, I’m really digging the red sleeves.4. Orlando City SC Primary – As a Ravens fan, I’m a little partial to purple, but that kit looks really sharp.5. Sounders Secondary – The white is a huge improvement over the navy from last season imo. Also a huge fan of the lime green adidas stripes.Meh:1. Chicago Fire Secondary – I know it ties into the flag and all, but I’m just not a huge fan.2. DC United Secondary – Even though last year’s all white was a little plain, not a huge fan of the red/white “blinds” effect.3. NE Revolution Secondary – See Fire above.4. NYCFC Primary/Secondary – I don’t hate the Man City-esque primary, but I would have loved to see pinstripes incorporated into the uniform. As far as the secondary, I would’ve loved to see more orange.5. Union Secondary – 6. Galaxy Secondary – Not bad but the black third from last year would’ve made a PERFECT secondary this year.7. Timbers primary – Nice to see them get away from the “thick middle stripe” design they had used for years, but not executed the best.8. RSL Secondary – Barely different enough to even warrant a reaction.9. SKC Primary – Not bad but last year’s was better.10. Whitecaps Primary – Wasn’t a huge fan of the diagonal stripes from last year, and also not a huge fan of the mountaintop design either. Worst:1. FC Dallas Secondary – May be an unpopular opinion, but I prefer the thicker hoops, and not a huge fan of the new Advocare logo.2. Dynamo Primary – I generally hate gradient unis, and this is no different.3. Orlando City SC Secondary – I actually like this uniform, but this lands here based on a missed opportunity. Could’ve used red, gold, etc.4. Toronto FC Primary – Took away the maple leaf sublimated design to give us essentially a plain red jersey. Whoopee.5. Rapids Secondary – I get the ties to the Colorado flag, but didn’t last year’s secondary also supposedly have ties to the flag? The blue looked much, much better than the yellow imo. Link to post Link to post 29 biscuit faces of them Tigereye Share on other sites 66 Best/Worst/”Meh” of 2015 MLS Jersey Week Crabcake 1,699 Share this post Stay safe, everyone 1,699 1,699 0 7,233 posts Share on other sites Link to post Posted April 19, 2015 Crabcake Share this post Member No. 14 1,699 1,699 4,276 posts Forums Home Favourite Logos:Caps’ weagle, Orioles Cartoon bird Location:Candy Mountain Sign in to follow this Link to post Members 29 1,699 Buffalo, Boilermaker, GATOR! Share on other sites Sports Logo News 399 Stay safe, everyone Recommended Posts 399 0 153 Share this post Crabcake Posted April 9, 2015 I think the Fire have done the flag theme better in the past. Even the flag-inspired trim on the navy is better than sticking a corporate logo in the middle of the Chicago flag.All that said, just about anything beats the oatmeal can primaries, and the socks are pretty cool. Sign in to follow this Location:Guess. biscuit faces of them SportsLogos.Net SportsLogos.Net Stay safe, everyone 359 9,699 posts mlsjerseys Stay safe, everyone This topic is now closed to further replies. 0 Link to post 66 Best/Worst/”Meh” of 2015 MLS Jersey Week Share your thoughts! What new uniforms do you like, hate, or aren’t sure? patsox Share on other sites 4,276 posts Posted April 19, 2015 I know… but still! 1,608 posts 0 Share this post 1,699 I first started to get into soccer in February 2014, and have really gotten into MLS lately. Considering how I was a uniform nut BEFORE discovering MLS Jersey Week, this is right up my alley. So, without further ado…Best:1. Crew SC Secondary – LOVE the black jersey, and also love how they worked in yellow and white.2. Impact Secondary – Looks much more professional and much cleaner.3. Red Bulls Primary – The first real change to the home jersey, I’m really digging the red sleeves.4. Orlando City SC Primary – As a Ravens fan, I’m a little partial to purple, but that kit looks really sharp.5. Sounders Secondary – The white is a huge improvement over the navy from last season imo. Also a huge fan of the lime green adidas stripes.Meh:1. Chicago Fire Secondary – I know it ties into the flag and all, but I’m just not a huge fan.2. DC United Secondary – Even though last year’s all white was a little plain, not a huge fan of the red/white “blinds” effect.3. NE Revolution Secondary – See Fire above.4. NYCFC Primary/Secondary – I don’t hate the Man City-esque primary, but I would have loved to see pinstripes incorporated into the uniform. As far as the secondary, I would’ve loved to see more orange.5. Union Secondary – 6. Galaxy Secondary – Not bad but the black third from last year would’ve made a PERFECT secondary this year.7. Timbers primary – Nice to see them get away from the “thick middle stripe” design they had used for years, but not executed the best.8. RSL Secondary – Barely different enough to even warrant a reaction.9. SKC Primary – Not bad but last year’s was better.10. Whitecaps Primary – Wasn’t a huge fan of the diagonal stripes from last year, and also not a huge fan of the mountaintop design either. Worst:1. FC Dallas Secondary – May be an unpopular opinion, but I prefer the thicker hoops, and not a huge fan of the new Advocare logo.2. Dynamo Primary – I generally hate gradient unis, and this is no different.3. Orlando City SC Secondary – I actually like this uniform, but this lands here based on a missed opportunity. Could’ve used red, gold, etc.4. Toronto FC Primary – Took away the maple leaf sublimated design to give us essentially a plain red jersey. Whoopee.5. Rapids Secondary – I get the ties to the Colorado flag, but didn’t last year’s secondary also supposedly have ties to the flag? The blue looked much, much better than the yellow imo. A few things I disagree withA. If you love the Crew secondary, you should also love the NYCFC secondary as well. That may be hands down the best secondary kit in MLS.B. Houston primary is a “Best” for sure. After 2 years in a primary so boring, it looked like a training kit, they were one of the few teams that tried to push the design envelope. I love it when teams do this, Sometimes it work, other times it doesn’t. In Houston’s case, the Creamsicle fade and diamond pattern look beautiful. In fact, I would not be surprised to see Nike attempt to use this in some form for Clockwork Oranje. (calling my shot here) C. OCSC – Meh – First off, who cares if you’re a Ravens fan. If you are going to give an unbiased opinion, you shouldn’t be partial to a color either. OCSC went the safe route with both kits, which look like a standard, team-colored Tiro template. Houston, DCU, and LAG also used this same Tiro template …look at how much better their kits look. They tried, Orlando parked the bus.D. Montreal – Meh – seriously, this league is plagued with typical white secondary kits. A clash kit does not automatically have to be white. It can be Rose City Red (PTFC)E. DCU – Best – If you look closely, both DCU and LAG used Tiro 15 template kits with the same exact pattern …but because Red over White has more contrast, DCU’s version looks better than the Blue on Blue LAG secondary.F. Dallas – Meh – I like the thinner stripes but unfortunately, this kit instantly reminds me of QPR, as it would any other football fan. And Adidas doesn’t go all the way with hoops so the design looks incomplete in the back, as usual. And furthermore, SKC basically stole Dallas’ thunder with their own Indigo/Sky take on the hooped/horizontal striped theme, which looked so much better than anything Dallas has ever come up with.G. Caps – Meh – Unfortunately for them, in a league plagued with white shirts, they’re primary kit is white. Instead of just trucking out a white kit, they atleast tried to mix thing up with the faded pattern up top, which looks good.H. SKC – Worst – Another team that tried to push the envelope as they continually do (they’re becoming the fashionable Olympic Marseille of MLS). This time, the button-up collar is a nice touch but the pattern does not work.I. New England – I love that they tried to use the NE flag to base their secondary on instead of trucking out a white jersey (like Montreal) but it could have been done so much better. 0 4,276 posts Link to post Crabcake Crabcake 1,699 Share this post Favourite Logos:Caps’ weagle, Orioles Cartoon bird Posted April 19, 2015 359 Location:Ohio Members Posted April 9, 2015 Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Caps’ weagle, Orioles Cartoon bird Followers 1 Link to post Share this post Share on other sites mattb6 mattb6 153 677 0 NYCdog Favourite Logos:XFLSan Francisco 49ers Location:Guess. Location:Guess. 66 Posted April 20, 2015 Location:Guess. Location:Guess. I keep hearing people (on these boards and at Rapids matches) saying “why yellow/gold?” so here is my answer. 1) Already used blue for the flag motif, can’t use red so yellow is the obvious choice. 2) yellow away shirts are very common for Arsenal. We already wear white sleeves because of Arsenal so why not wear yellow and blue like Arsenal? (for those of you who don’t know, the Rapids and Arsenal are both owned by the Kroenke’s.) I for one love the shirt and am glad the rapids kept with the clash away and not the White that is so common in MLS. 0 Share on other sites 1,699 1,699 Location:Boston Crabcake 0 Posted April 19, 2015 Share this post 677 0 Crabcake
Brass Aluminum and Cast Iron Foundry [BACIF], one of the sponsors of the Guyana Football Federation [GFF] year-end tournament, on Friday officially presented the federation with the Super 16 championship trophy. Managing Director of BACIF, Peter Pompey, presented the accolade, which was designed by the West Ruimveldt entity, to GFF President Wayne Forde during a simple presentation ceremony.Pompey, during brief remarks, said:“It signifies what Guyana can do as a country and what we can do collectively. I trust that as the trophy is handed over and makes its journey around the football arena, it would be appreciated as a trophy of value to this sport.”According to Pompey football has a positive influence on the community. “Because football has a positive influence and can develop our communities in a positive way, so BACIF’s association with this project, we’re extremely delighted and happy to be a part of it and I want to thank Mr. Forde and his team for demonstrating the faith in BACIF to provide something that will truly represent not only our country and BACIF but also the GFF’s image.”Forde, in response said: “GFF has shared with FIFA, CONCACAF and our colleagues within the CFU region the design of the trophy, the concept of the trophy and it has drawn a lot of attention and excitement. We will be sharing the images of the final product with our governing bodies and hopes that it inspires similar initiatives across the football community.”He added, “Football has the power to bring people together; it allows our young men and women to put their energies and invest their time in a valuable way, in a manner that returns to them a measure of success over the course of their most productive years. We are pleased to collaborate with BACIF on this project and we’re very happy with the product that we have received here today. I want to take this opportunity to call on other corporate stakeholders to come on board and support the GFF in its work and its undertaking to develop the game here and help us build his product, the GFF Super 16 Cup over the next couple of years into a valuable, highly exciting and very competitive tournament that we can all put on our calendar of activities on a yearly basis.” The GFF Super 16 Cup is set to kick off on Sunday December 15 at the Police Sports Club.