LED3: ‘Locally Grown, Nationally Known’

CANFIELD, Ohio – LED3 is a locally owned digital screen display business at 550 W. Main St. in Canfield.

The company has provided LED screens across the United States, including a bowling alley in Grand Rapids, Michigan, concerts in the West, and the visitors center at the U.S. Capitol.

On a smaller, more local scale, you may have seen LED3 screens on Friday nights at Cardinal Stadium in Canfield when the football team scores a touchdown, or welcoming you into the high school parking lot.

LED3 has been in business 22 years. Beginning as a video production company, the enterprise quickly realized that its future was in LED screens.

The company started with mobile units and then moved into build-up displays, with both rental and permanent installations, says Kristen Stuhlmann, LED rental manager.

“Here at LED3 we do large-screen displays. We do rentals as well as sales and service. We have a repair service booth where we can maintain our screens as well as [the screens of] clients,” Stuhlman says. 

LED3 provides screens at trade show booths, convention centers and concert venues. Stuhlmann says that jumbo screens used in concert sets are popular items for the company.

None of this work or growth would have been possible without the company’s team, says the founder and partner of LED3, Clare Neff.

Neff loves to use the saying, “locally grown, nationally known,” when referring to LED3’s nationwide success.

“We are very honored to have done different types of installs as well as shows here locally in the Mahoning Valley, adds Stuhlman. “It really means a lot to us to be a part of the community and give back. We are always looking for events where people may need us.” 

For more information, visit Led3Showroom.com.

Pictured at top: The LED3 staff includes Troy Prelog, Brian Barry, Kristen Stuhlmann and Clare Neff, the founder and partner.

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