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Lutron Recognizes Lighting Showroom Excellence

Coopersburg, PA — ­ Lutron Electronics has announced the winners of its 2014 5-Star Lighting Showroom Awards. The awards honor showrooms that provide an immersive experience for customers to see and feel Lutron products. Awards were announced January 15 at the 2015 International Lighting Market at the Dallas Market Center in Texas.

To be considered a 5-star Lutron showroom, associates must be proficient in six Lutron product categories:

  1. Satin Colors®, metal, and glass finishes
  2. Occupancy sensors and timers
  3. Simple Systems: Caséta® Wireless and GRAFIK Eye®
  4. Whole home solutions: RadioRA® 2 and/or HomeWorks® QS
  5. Serena or Triathlon battery powered or wired shades
  6. Ivalo® fixtures, Finire and Lumaris or Ivalo’s traditional decorative fixtures

The 2014 5-Star Showroom winners are:

  1. Home Systems Project of the Year ­ Connecticut Lighting in Hartford, CT
  2. RadioRA 2 Project of the Year ­ Lighting Concepts in Lewiston, ME
  3. Shades Project of the Year ­ Connecticut Lighting in Hartford, CT
  4. Home Systems Largest Sales Increase ­ Hunzicker Lighting in Oklahoma City, OK
  5. Lutron Vision Award ­ Passion Lighting in Grapevine, TX
  6. 5-Star Showroom of the Year ­ Montreal Lighting & Hardware in Mont-Royal, QC

“Our 5-star showrooms demonstrate the highest level of support and commitment to The Lutron Brand and our innovative offering of fashion centric lighting control and shading solutions,” said David Weinstein, Vice President, Residential Sales at Lutron. “These showrooms are dedicated to expanding the market for Lutron’s products. Each showroom is individually qualified and promoted as a Lutron Experience Destination throughout the U.S. and Canada.”

About Lutron Electronics
Founded in 1961, Lutron Electronics is headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Lehigh Valley. The company’s early inventions – including the first solid-state dimmer invented by Lutron’s founder, Joel Spira – are now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

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