Jacob Davis Productions

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JacobDavis Productions
Private
Industry Stadium and arena crowd participation productions
Founded Orlando, Florida
Headquarters Orlando, Florida
Key people
Joe Kivett
Products Card stunts, fan banners, public and private event promotions,
Website JacobDavis Productions

JacobDavis Productions is an American company specializing in audience-participation productions for college and professional sporting and entertainment events. JacobDavis Productions is known for creating card stunts for the National Football League, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, College football games, and the U.S. Treasury Department.

Card stunts are a pre-planned, coordinated sequence of actions performed by an audience where they raise cards, posters or banners that create a recognizable image when viewed from a distance; similar to a mosaic. Card stunts are also known as “Flip Card Stunts” or “Bleacher Stunts.”

Card stunts have been used in stadiums and arenas to honor famous athletes, celebrate memorable games or events, and patriotic displays or shows of Support for American combat troops overseas.

JacobDavis Productions has created Card Stunts for many high-profile sporting events such as the Super Bowl, the World Series, and the Daytona 500. On October 6, 2006 Jacob Davis Productions produced two card stunts for the World’s Largest Student-Produced Pep Rally;[1] the University of Florida Gator Growl.

On February 2006, JacobDavis Productions orchestrated the largest card stunt ever attempted,[2] with over 118,000 fans set to participate at the Daytona 500. During the singing of the National Anthem, the front of the cards displayed a patriotic design of stars and stripes. Following the Anthem, participants flipped the cards over to reveal the Gillette Fusion logo.

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