Interesting anniversary to note: it’s been 30 years since TSE’s Bob Masewicz performed with a partner as the Blues Brothers, a venue journey that’s led to today’s TSE Services.
When Masewicz co-founded the company in 1984, TSE consisted of two guys dressing up as “The Blues Brothers” and performing at entertainment venues around the world. Since retirement of the Blues Brothers Act, TSE evolved into a multi-million dollar company and spawned a newly formed subsidiary TSEN (Total Sports & Entertainment Network).
“Our immense growth to this point is truly due to our clients along with the industry’s drive to provide the best experiences for their fans,” Masewicz said.
We love a good growth story, and TSE certainly fits the bill. TSE oversaw the design, procurement and installation of the widest videoboard in Minor League Baseball at BB&T Ballpark, new home of the Charlotte Knights (Class AAA; International League), which sports a 30-by-82 foot Toshiba display with nearly three million LED lamps. ScriptPRO, TSE’s event management solution, saw the 50,000th live event built and produced in the system on June 11th, 2014 by the Portland Timbers of the MLS. The GameTime Cloud-Based Suite adds a new level of functionality to game ops. And TSE’s A/V division was busier than ever, having recently completed their 52nd install of the year.
“Everyone at TSE Services has worked very diligently this year, keeping their switches on and giving one hundred and ten percent,” Masewicz said, “We continue to challenge ourselves to push the boundaries with each project so our clients can produce dynamic stadiums that entertain fans for years.”
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