St. Louis Outdoor Lighting Business, NiteLites, Wins Award for Sales Excellence and Superior Growth

St. Louis Outdoor Lighting Business, NiteLites, Wins Award for Sales Excellence and Superior Growth

  • On June 29, 2013

NiteLites of St. Louis Outdoor Lighting, because of their superior growth and sales over the past twelve months, recently received the President’s Club and Silver Sales Awards. The awards were presented at the NiteLites Outdoor Lighting Conference held at the Glen Kernan Country Club in Jacksonville, FL. This three day event was attended by outdoor lighting franchisees from all over the United States.

St. Louis Landscape Lighting Designer, Matt Muenz recently showcased the complete NiteLites collection, including new outdoor LEDS, with much success at the 2011 St. Louis Builders Home and Garden Show. Exterior LED lighting options provide home and business owners with a wide variety of benefits, including: increased safety and security, environmentally friendly applications, dramatic energy savings, durability, long lifespan, improved light color and reduction of flicker. Also, because they do not emit UV rays, LEDs do not attract insects. NiteLites only uses LED fixtures which have passed their thorough and rigorous testing. They have designed their LEDs to be energy efficient as well as improving their performance and quality to exceed their clients’ expectations.

For more information about commercial outdoor lighting or to learn more about NiteLites of Saint Louis exterior low voltage lighting, call 314-993-8155 or visit their website at nitelites.com/st-louis-missouri-outdoor-lighting/.

NiteLites Outdoor Lighting is a member of American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and Dark Sky (IDA), an association that works directly with lighting companies to explore new avenues of technology and create products that are energy efficient and reduce light pollution. The IDA is focused on minimizing the adverse effects of artificial light, including sky glow, glare, light trespass, light clutter, decreased visibility at night, and energy waste.

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