Mariners voted “Best Overall In-Park Video Presentation” in Major League Baseball

Mariners Marketing members (L-R) Nathan Rauschenberg, Mandy Lincoln, Ben Mertens, Camden Finney & Kevin Martinez post with

Mariners Marketing members (L-R) Nathan Rauschenberg, Mandy Lincoln, Ben Mertens, Camden Finney & Kevin Martinez pose with the IDEA Award. Not pictured are Olav Nossum, Chase Decker & Michael Ferguson.

Last Wednesday, at the annual Information Display Entertainment Association (IDEA) conference, the Seattle Mariners  were voted “Best Overall In-Park Video Presentation” in Major League Baseball.  This is the third consecutive year the Mariners have received this award.  My Oh My Productions, the Mariners in-house video and graphics production team, accepted the award on behalf of the Mariners organization.  Ben Mertens, Director of Productions, Olav Nossum, Multimedia Producer and Chase Decker, Video Editor are responsible for producing the innovative content created for MarinersVision.

In addition, Ben Mertens was recognized with IDEA’s “President’s Award” for outstanding contributions to the sports entertainment industry.

The Information Display Entertainment Association is the professional association for the event presentation industry.  Founded in 1982, IDEA members represent teams, facilities, manufacturers and suppliers worldwide and include professional baseball, basketball, football, hockey, racing, soccer, arenas, convention centers, stadiums and universities.

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