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Christopher D. Curtis

President & CEO, GoVision L.P.

940.464.2320, Ext. 201


Christopher Curtis is president of GoVision L.P., one of the nation’s premier suppliers of customized modular LED walls and turnkey mobile LED units. Curtis founded the company in 2002, following

nearly two decades as an independent investor and entrepreneur who played a defining role in his industry.


GoVision ( is a full-service LED screen provider that specializes in state-of-the-art video solutions, from the most complex modular configurations, custom-built to any size, to its fleet of turnkey mobile units. GoVision has provided broadcast and production support for countless national events, including the 55th (Bush), 56th and 57th (Obama) Presidential Inaugurations, Major League Baseball and NBA All Star Games, NCAA Final Fours, the Ryder Cup and U.S. Open Championships, the 100th Anniversary Scouting Jamboree and the Gaylord Opryland Grand Reopening. The Argyle, Texas-based company is the screen provider of the Texas Motor Speedway, Dallas Cowboys Stadium Plaza, the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee, University of Oklahoma football and several PGA tournaments.


Curtis was largely responsible for the creation of the portable daylight large screen industry. He co-founded Motion Graphics, the pioneer of the category, in 1991, and purchased the business outright in 1992. Three years later, Curtis merged the company with BCC Video’s Jumbotron division to form Screenworks, now the industry’s largest player. He sold his interest in Screenworks in 1998 to concentrate on other opportunities.


In 1995, Curtis was the original investor in Field Source, Inc., which created unique relevance marketing programs for companies such as PepsiCo, Coors and Nestle. The business was acquired by The Mosaic Group in 1998.


Curtis is an investor in various real estate partnerships and venture capital funds.


In February 2013, Curtis was appointed to the 2014 North Texas Final Four Local Organizing Committee. He was the first winner of the Innovation Impact Award, presented in January 2011 by the NFL and the North Texas Small Business Alliance, for embodying the characteristics of leadership, innovation and social responsibility. In 2009, Curtis was among a select group of leaders appointed to the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee. He is a founding member of the Argyle ISD Education Foundation Board.


A graduate of Texas Christian University, Curtis is a past member of the TCU Board of Trustees and is only the second individual in school history to serve as president of both the TCU Frog Club and the National Alumni Association. He received the university’s prestigious President’s Service Award in April 2011. Curtis and his wife, Nicole, are Patron and Lifetime members of the Clark Society. They have four children, and live in Flower Mound, Texas.



Kevin Faciane

Executive Vice President, Business Development

(866) JUMBO-TV


Kevin Faciane joined GoVision in December 2014 as a Partner and Vice President of Business Development. He now oversees the integration of GoVision’s acquisitions, partnerships and strategic alliances while spearheading the company’s expansion into non-heritage markets and business channels.


Faciane previously spent 15 highly successful years with the Mead Johnson Nutrition Division of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, where he held senior leadership positions within the organization’s Sales and National Accounts departments. In 2008, he traded his Fortune 500 career for equity positions in several closely held businesses in the food distribution, grocery and commercial property development sectors.


A graduate of Texas Christian University and Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law), Faciane was a Varsity Letterman at TCU as a member of the Men’s Soccer Team. He was an appointed member of the Board of Visitors for TCU’s College of Science and Engineering and was elected to the Argyle Independent School District Board of Trustees in 2011; serving as School Board President from 2012 to 2014.



Chris Pruet

National Sales Manager



After 25 years in the Custom Home Electronics industry — as an Integrator, Distributor and Manufacturer’s Rep — Chris joined Texas-based GoVision in Sept. 2016 to launch the GoVisionTV brand into the CEDIA channel. Chris bridges the gap between two industries to bring GoVisionTV, The World's Largest TV, to a backyard near you! His success over the years has been driven by his keen understanding of his customers’ needs and his uncanny ability to leverage relationships to provide the best solution for any situation. Chris is excited by the prospect of leading GoVisionTV to the forefront of the CEDIA channel.



Brad Merriman

Account Executive

940.464.2320, Ext. 206


Account Executive, Brad Merriman, came to work for GoVision in August 2013 as an LED Technician. He spent more than a year traveling the country with one of GoVision’s mobile LED units where he gained valuable experience in the LED industry. Brad’s dynamic personality and field experience led to a promotion to sales in 2014. Brad handles rodeo and equestrian events, boxing and MMA events, cheerleading, as well as permanent installations and customized mobile solutions.


Brad received a B.A. in Marketing from Campbell University in North Carolina where he competed as a Division I wrestler.



Justin Eaton

Vice President, Production Services

940.464.2320, Ext. 204


Justin Eaton joined GoVision in 2003 as its operations manager. In this position, Justin oversees all aspects of the mobile units at client events, from beginning to end. He coordinates all technological elements needed for each show, along with the screens and/or mobile units, and on-site staffing.


Eaton is an experienced audio/visual manager who approaches each project with a strong eye for detail. He rose quickly within the audio/visual field, beginning his career as a video engineer/projectionist with a Dallas-based A/V company. Working primarily on traveling projects, he began his career overseeing the set-up and operation of video systems, projection and video walls.


Eaton was later recruited to join Audio Visual Headquarters in Dallas as a video engineer, projectionist and QC manager. He coordinated the entire production for a number of high-profile events, including road shows for Bristol Myers and Kraft, and general sessions for Internet World and the National Homebuilders Association. Eaton coordinated the entire production of each event, including lighting, sound, video, labor and all other A/V requirements.



Kristy Johnston

Vice President of Finance

940.464.2320, Ext. 205


Kristy Johnston joined GoVision in November of 2007. Kristy is responsible for all facets of accounting.


She graduated from Texas A&M University (too many years ago to list) and is a licensed CPA in the State of Texas. She has worked for the Texas Comptroller as a sales tax auditor, a Fortune 500 company as a sales tax manager, and a manager at a national consulting firm specializing in state tax. Kristy has also served as treasurer for the Argyle Education Foundation for two years and sits on the children’s council at Argyle United Methodist Church.


She resides in Argyle with husband Roger and one son. Kristy enjoys doing things with her family and church when she is not crunching numbers.




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