In 2020, General Motors tasked Superior’s A/V division (headed by Steve Alicea) with designing and creating some video wall carts for the electric vehicle display at the Global Tech Center. Our work was then featured in the main photo on the Yahoo News article detailing GM’s 13 electric vehicles on display. To read the article about GM’s push towards electric and to see Superior’s handywork, visit the Yahoo News link below. You will see the video cart displays featured all along the back of the photo.
Sam and his co-founder, Paul Vlasic, recently helped develop a web-based platform for nonprofits that was featured in Crain’s magazine. The platform is called Share Detroit. Share Detroit was created to connect Detroit nonprofits to both donors and volunteers. In addition, the nonprofits who set up a page on the site can promote their events or post wish lists. All of this is at no cost to the nonprofit. Congratulations to Sam. A job well done in supporting our local community! To read the full article from Crain’s magazine, please see below.
Our Tennessee Valley team was recently featured in Electrical Contractor Magazine, which highlighted a roundup of prominent Nashville projects. Superior Electric Tennessee Valley employees Richard Vik and Kyle Dye were interviewed and featured for the Assembly Food Hall project. We love to see our team’s hard work recognized and celebrated. To read the article, visit the link below. Our team is mentioned in the “Assembly Food Hall” portion.