LEDucation 6 exhibitor floor sells out once again

Feb. 6, 2012
Date Announced: 06 Feb 2012 6TH ANNUAL PREMIER EVENT ON LED TECHNOLOGY TO BE HELD IN NYC ON MARCH 21ST IS 100% SOLD OUT FOR THE 4TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR.The Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY) is proud to announce that the exhibit floor for LEDucation 6 is completely sold out. With a confirmed presence of 95+ leading manufacturers of LED products and technology, LEDucation 6 positions itself for another record breaking year. “Once again, we continue to receive a great response for leading manufacturers and those interested in exhibiting their latest LED products and technologies at LEDucation,” commented Event Co-Chair, Peggy S. Meehan. “ As LEDucation has grown over the years, we continue to take pride in providing our attendees with not only a great variety of Educational Sessions that directly address the latest topics and updates of LED technology, but we also understand the importance of attendees being able to speak directly with a leading manufacturers that produce and develop these products and technology.“ LEDucation 6 is expected to draw more than 1,800 lighting and design professionals at its sixth annual event on March 21st, 2012 in New York. Due to the popularity of the expo hall, Exhibit Hours have been extended and open at 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. with LED presentations beginning at 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Online Registration is currently open at www.leducation.org. DLF and IES members can attend at no charge with advance registration and $20 for all other advance registrations. Students are also encouraged to attend as a complimentary guest with a valid ID. LEDucation 6 will be held at the Hotel Pennsylvania located between 32nd & 33rd Streets – across from Madison Square Garden. Visit Leducation.org or dlfny.org for further event details and session schedules.2012 Exhibitors Include:a*lightAAMSCO Lighting Inc. Acclaim Lighting Acuity Brands Aleddra Lighting Altman Lighting Inc. Amerlux Arrow Electronics Axis Lighting BarbizonBK Lighting/Teka Illumination Bartco Lighting Inc. Boca Flasher Bulbtronics Coloronix Contrast Lighting Cooper Lighting Eclipse Lighting Inc EcoSense Lighting Edison Price Lighting Pure Edge Lighting Efficient-Tec InternationalElectrix Inc eLuxnet USA Corporation ERCO Lighting Inc ETC Connect EUREKA LIGHTING Feelux Lighting Inc. Focal PointForum Lighting Inc. GE Lighting SolutionsGM Lighting GVA Lighting, Inc. HessAmerica Hunza Lighting USA I2 Lighting SystemsiLight Technologies IlluminEarth Illumitex Inc. Insight Lighting Intense Lighting Inter-Lux io Lighting Jesco Lighting JoBe Lighting Juno Lighting Group-Schneider Electric Kurt Versen Ledtronics Inc Represented by RF Industries East LED Linear LED Source Leucos USALightabilitiesLighting Science GroupLighting Services Inc LightWild / Lusio Solid State LightingLinear Lighting Corp lites on west soho Liton Lighting LSI Industries Lucifer Lighting CompanyLumenpulse Lumenton LightingLumetta Inc Luminis Lutron Electonics MaxLite MP LightingNichia Corporation Osram SylvaniaPathway Lighting Philips Color Kinetics Philips Lighting PHOSTER INDUSTRIES Redwood SystemsSatco Products, Inc. Selux Corporation Silescent Lighting Corp SLV Lighting N.A.Solais Lighting Inc. Solavanti Lighting Specialty Lighting Ind. Spectrum LightingSpot on Lighting Sternberg Lighting Tech Lighting Tempo Industries Times Square Lighting Toyota Tsusho America, Tokistar Lighting, Inc. TPR Industries Traxon Technologies: e:cue Lighting USAI, LLC Visa Lighting Visual Lighting Technologies Vode Lighting WAC LightingWaldman Lighting Winona Lighting Xicato Zaneen Lighting

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