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Elume – Press Release

Elume DISTINCTIVE LIGHTING FINALIST IN 2012 SHOWROOM OF THE YEAR AWARD

Elume Distinctive Lighting recently opened their new showroom in Quarry Village in Park City, Utah, and just received news that they are a finalist in the 2012 SHOWROOM OF THE YEAR National Contest sponsored by Residential Lighting Magazine.
Entries and nominations were judged by an esteemed panel of experts: Michelle Lamb, Chairman of Marketing Directions Inc and Editorial Director of The Trend Curve; John Schallert, President of the Schallert Group and founder of Distination University; and Crystal Vilkaitis, Director of Social Media for SnapRetail.
A short profile on Elume will appear in the May issue of Residential Lighting along with the other finalists. The award will be presented June 21 during the Dallas international Lighting Market.
Elume Distinctive Lighting, formerly Prospector Lighting Supply, has been in business in Park City since 2006. For owners Jennifer Brassey and Joe Ardovino, the showroom opening has been a “labor of love” with the emphasis on labor! It was a lot of work bringing the vision to reality, but they both agree that it was worth it. And how nice to have national recognition for their efforts!

Elume – DISTINCTIVE LIGHTING ARTS FINALIST

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Elume provides an experience in distinctive lighting

Lighting creates an experience for the occupants of the room, and we want to make the entire process, from selection to illumination, a personalized process. Lighting should be as individual as the homeowner or business. That is why we take care to understand the uniqueness of each project and make appropriate selections. We are not a big box store!

Times are changing

The lighting industry is changing every day, and we make it our job to stay apprised of new products and technologies. While every job may not have the budget to utilize the latest and greatest, the knowledge of new developments helps us to achieve the greatest lighting effect possible for each project.

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