Vision's innovative efforts have earned a plethora of awards and honors including being named a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award program in 1998 and with the Utah 100 as one of Utah's fastest growing companies. In 2001 & 2003 the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) honored Vision with unprecedented multiple awards including one for excellence in e-Business Integration as well as the prestigious Outstanding Manufacturer Of The Year award. Vision currently holds two U.S. patents as the inventor of the DIGIGRAPH® printing system. With that system, Vision secured a Guinness World Record for producing the world's largest Twister game sheet. Measuring 20-by-60 feet, it can simultaneously accommodate more than 200 participants.
Vision is best known for its super-sized products, especially the wide-format indoor and outdoor signage it markets as "extra-extra large." Vision's area of expertise encompasses anything and everything big, including billboards, transit, fleet, visual merchandising and building wraps, also known as wallscapes. In fact, when Vision was founded in 1993, it pioneered the technology used to produce the first wallscapes mounted in New York City and Los Angeles. Vision's products have been seen all over the world. Some of the most notables were for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, NHL All-Star Games, Five NFL Super Bowls and numerous Pro Bowls. While many of these large projects seem fascinating, Vision has never lost sight of corporate give back. Vision has and continues to contribute to many charitable organizations. We have supported the Utah Arts Festival since our inception and been honored with several awards.