Our History

VSC Office and Warehouse

VSC was founded 42 years ago by Frank and Lorraine Kemmer in February of 1982. It began as Videoland, a small video tape rental shop in a 1500 square foot retail location in Farmington Hills, Michigan.

In 1985, the company began servicing schools in the metro Detroit area as a supplier of VCRs and video tapes. Sales to educational facilities grew quickly, so in 1985, the company established the Videoland Service Company as a dedicated educational supply division.

During the next five years, Videoland Service Company grew and became the major revenue source for the company, so in 1990, the retail store was closed, and the company incorporated as VSC, Inc. In 1994, VSC added installation, integration, and design services to complement equipment sales. The company kept outgrowing successive locations, and in 2000 moved into a 16,000 square foot headquarters building in Novi, Michigan.

Company Profile VSC is a distributor, designer, and integrator of technology systems for educational institutions. We offer a comprehensive line of products from industry-leading manufacturers of video, audio, intercom, display, cabling, wireless and software products.

Our goal is to configure solutions tailored to meet our customers’ specific requirements that are cost effective, reliable, and innovative. Our product knowledge, experience and commitment to excellence provide added value in fulfilling the needs of our customers.

Mission Statement

• To provide customers with solutions to their educational technology applications based on the best fit for technology, performance, reliability, and price.
• To constantly grow revenues and maintain profitability for the long-term health of the company, its suppliers, and the customers that we serve.
• To conduct business in an open, honest, and ethical manner.