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FARMINGDALE, N.Y.—LaMar Lighting, manufacturers of highly efficient LED and fluorescent lighting, recently launched a completely redesigned website. Many hours went into developing, testing, and streamlining hundreds of pages of the website, in order to make navigating the site, requesting product and components quotes, and finding resources or information much easier for visitors.
NATIONAL REPORT—Two months ago, Delos announced the expansion of its Stay Well hotel room program into six Marriott hotels in the United States. According to Paul Scialla, Founder and CEO of Delos, the Marriott properties are the first hotel additions to the Stay Well program since October 2012. It was then that Delos landed the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas as a client. (Delos has since launched a Stay Well Meetings program.) Stay Well rooms feature a number of upgrades to enhance the health and quality of a room environment—water purification, vitamin C infused shower, mattress and pillow encasements, etc. Stay Well rooms at the six Marriott hotels will be available for approximately $30 per night above prevailing rates. The notion of packaging together a group of green amenities and features, with the idea of making a guestroom healthier and more eco-friendly, and even deserving of a higher rate, is not a new one. For at least 10 years, PURE Solutions NA has worked with hotels around the world to offer PURE Rooms.
WEST CALDWELL, N.J.—Delivering high-performance optics in a new design, MaxLite presents the LED Parking Garage Square Canopy as long-lasting, energy-efficient lighting for commercial and municipal parking applications.
LEXINGTON, KY.—Big Ass Fans’ new Haiku Light was engineered to reduce energy waste and eliminate bulb swapping. The Haiku Light delivers three times the brightness of a typical 75W bulb, lasts 30 times as long and uses about one-third of the energy. Ideal for indoor and outdoor use, the LEDs are sealed to repel bugs, dirt and dust so it never has to be cleaned out.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—HyLite LED Lighting has introduced a new LED tube light as an alternative product to its existing high-performance LED tube lights. This new, normal-brightness LED tube will provide customers a more economical choice in LED retrofit lamps while providing high quality, long lasting illumination.
TAUNTON, MASS.—ILEX Architectural Lighting has enhanced its sales team with the addition of Andy Schaidler as the Western Regional Sales Manager. Schaidler’s role will encompass the management of sales and business development initiatives pertaining to all four branches of the brand: ILEX, Davis-Mueller, Norwell, and Custom Metal Craft.
EVERETT, WASH.—Electric Mirror, a global leader in mirror technology, unveiled the next generation of its patented and energy-savings Keen Technology, which offers improved functionality and is now available at a lower cost. Keen allows hotel end users to individualize their lighted mirror experience by choosing from eight different lighting levels, as well as a night glow mode, which serves as a night light.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.—The new Dove from Modern Forms offers a simple folded form transformed into a modern task light. The adjustable head with high-powered LEDs provides functional lighting, and features both fingertip touch dimmer and USB power connector at the base. Two finishes and sizes are available.
WILMINGTON, MASS.—The eighth annual SYLVANIA Socket Survey, a nationwide measure of public attitudes about energy-efficient lighting and awareness of lighting trends, was released by LEDVANCE. The industry-benchmark survey found lighting to be one of the top forms of smart technology Americans own, with a 40 percent increase since 2015. The results also showed more than 60 percent of Americans believe smart lighting fits their lifestyle, and 55 percent confirmed they’re likely to purchase smart lighting when they need new bulbs. The survey also showed 76 percent of Americans agree smart light bulbs will eventually replace regular light bulbs.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes AspirEnergy to its Green Product & Service Directory in the Energy Services category. AspirEnergy is a full service Energy Services Company that specializes in prescribing and implementing energy efficient and renewable energy solutions to lower operating costs and maximize return on investment. It focuses on return on investment for its clients with the maximization of government and utility incentives while keeping the customer experience at the forefront of its recommendations.