Let there be light. Let there be more light. In fact, let there be light that is more even, more efficient, longer lasting, and at a price that makes it a far better value than other light. And, let it be developed and manufactured in Reno. OK?
Come and get your wish at NCET’s next Tech Wednesday at LUX dynamics. We’ll turn you on to a Reno start-up company that in only five years has become an industry leader in high-end, customized and customizable fluorescent lighting fixtures for indoor football and soccer arenas, tennis courts, hockey rinks, swimming pool natatoriums, airports, depots, subways, event centers, parking garages, industrial facilities, and countless indoor and outdoor architectural applications.
They did it all with one bright idea and a dedication to success that will inspire you.
CEO and founder John McCarty, a former lighting sales representative, started by developing an improved optical design for lighting fixtures that featured no flat spots, no glare, and no wasted light energy…only to find out that it could not be produced using the materials that other fixtures used. So he started producing it himself, out of better, stronger material that cost more but delivered a better value. And guess what? He found out that people still will buy a better mousetrap!
Amazing. Now LUX dynamics offers the best warranty in the business, because better materials last longer. Their fixtures can withstand tennis balls and even footballs bouncing off of them. And moisture and chlorine from swimming pools. And they look good, and don’t produce shadows, and…you get the idea.
So come see the light at the end of the tunnel. Register today for Tech Wednesday on February 12 and feel the glow that comes from following a dream.
- $15 – NCET members
- $25 – non-members
- $10 – children under 18
- $35 – walk-ins and all payments made at the door
Please note: Members or non-members who would like to bring a child under 18, please register yourself first and then re-register for your child.
For more information, contact NCET at (775) 453-0130 or info@NCET.org.