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How Keystone Electronics Brings you March Madness

March Madness is about to begin…

Each year, from mid-March through the beginning of April a very special US Sports phenomenon takes place. It is a magical time in which an estimated 60 million Americans (many in their workplaces) take time out of their day to fill out brackets and watch games. This very special time is known as March Madness.

March Madness is the beloved moniker given to the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments which determine the national champions of college basketball. This year, March Madness officially starts on Monday, March 16. It’s a tradition that has become a much-loved part of the American workplace but at a high cost. In fact, global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. has estimated that this year’s cost in terms of lost wages paid to distracted and unproductive workers could reach as high as $1.9 billion.

Enjoy The Tournament From any device

Despite this high cost in lost productivity, what is certain is that millions of people will be glued to their screens during the NCAA Tournament. Those screens may be televisions at home, computer monitors at work, or displays on mobile devices. So by now you may be wondering: how does Keystone Electronics fit into this equation?

The keystone of display technology

Televisions and other displays rely on many Keystone Electronics components, including battery clips, contacts and holders, fuse clips, mounting brackets, standoffs and spacers, LED spacer mounts, lens caps, pins, plugs, jacks, sockets, PCB test points, and others.

In a way, you can thank Keystone for bringing you your favorite games and keeping you in the loop this March Madness season. Interested in learning more about the parts listed above and Keystone’s entire product offering?

bisco is your local authorized stocking distributor for Keystone Electronics. Visit bisco’s optimized website to make online shopping easier than ever.

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