Tri-State’s Westminster-based employees, directors and other membership guests who are at the association’s headquarters to attend the G&T’s 60th annual meeting this week (April 4-5) are invited to visit what General Electric is calling the “largest trade show on wheels,” featuring the latest innovations in state-of-the-art commercial, industrial and residential lighting products.
The 53-foot long semi-trailer will be set up in the Westminster employee parking lot from 7 a.m. through 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4. This massive mobile lighting display’s Tri-State stop is part of a nearly 17,000-mile tour of 57 cities in the U.S. and Canada.
The goal for the company’s “2012 GE Lighting Revolution Tour” is to spread its message of the new technologies and many energy efficient lighting products that are emerging in the marketplace to a wide audience of people associated with energy and the lighting industry.
Tri-State will be one of five stops that the GE lighting team has scheduled in the Denver area. GE’s lighting technology road show kicked off in late February in Miami, Fla., and will conclude on Sept. 20 in Hendersonville, N.C.