CHRIS CURTIS, Chairman
Mr. Curtis has over three decades as an independent investor and entrepreneur and was largely responsible for the creation of the portable daylight large screen industry. He co-founded Motion Graphics and later merged with BCC Video’s Jumbotron division to form ScreenWorks. He founded GoVision as a full-service LED screen provider in 2002. In 2016 GoVision completed the Colossus TV at Bristol Motor Speedway — the largest freestanding outdoor center hung video board in the world. GoVision was acquired by Learfield Communications in 2016 and Curtis and his management partners reacquired the GoVison business from ANC in 2023.
Curtis is a partner in, and Chairman of, Groundswell Experiential Marketing and The Well Data Agency. The Curtis’s are also partners in Locals Only Vodka and Crockett Row Urban Village.
His recognitions include the 2014 North Texas Final Four Committee and the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee. He was the first winner of the Innovation Impact Award, in Jan. 2011, from the NFL and the North Texas Small Business Alliance.
A graduate of TCU, 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 and received the TCU President’s Service Award in April 2011. Curtis and his wife Nicole were also awarded Lifetime Centurion Status from TCU. They have 4 children and reside in Ft. Worth, TX.
KEVIN FACIANE, CEO
Kevin Faciane was named Chief Executive Officer of GoVision, LLC in February, 2023, after GoVision’s reacquisition from ANC, where he previously served as ANC’s Chief Administrative Officer after their merger with GoVision in 2018. Faciane originally joined GoVision in December, 2014, as a Partner and Vice President of Business Development to oversee the integration of GoVision’s acquisitions, partnerships, and strategic alliances while also leading GoVision’s expansion into non-heritage markets and business channels. Prior to joining GoVision, Faciane spent 15 highly successful years with the Mead Johnson Nutrition Division of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company in senior leadership positions within the organization’s Sales and National Accounts departments before founding, launching and managing several entrepreneurial ventures including his ongoing oversight of the O.B. Stanley Family Trusts and his ownership of Stanley’s General Stores, in Bay City, TX.
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 TCU Men’s Soccer Team. His many civic, charitable, political and volunteer endeavors include the Board of Visitors for TCU’s College of Science and Engineering, Argyle ISD Board of Trustees, NCAA 2014 Final Four Basketball Championship Local Organizing Committee, Argyle Young Life Leadership Committee, Tarrant Area Food Bank Food Advisory Committee, Cross Timbers Community Church; and Family Legacy Christian Missions in Lusaka, Zambia.
Faciane and his wife, Susan, live in Argyle, TX, where they raised two wonderful daughters.