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Five Hospitality Lighting Trends

Five Hospitality Lighting Trends

It’s a transitional period for lighting trends in the hospitality industry and hotels are searching for more efficient and cost-effective lighting options. Hubbell Lighting Inc.’s National Account Manager, Jeff Moreau, and Outdoor Living Brands, Inc.’s Director of Field Operations, Jim ...

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Enhancing the Guest Experience with LED Technology

Enhancing the Guest Experience with LED Technology

Over the last six to ten years, the hospitality industry has undergone a high-tech transformation as restaurant owners and hoteliers are quickly innovating to keep up with their competitors. Consequently, incorporating advanced technology into the hotel experience has led to ...

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Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

On Feb. 1, General Electric announced it would discontinue the compact fluorescent light (CFL) in the U.S. by the end of the year in favor of its eco-friendly, cost-efficient sibling, the light emitting diode (LED). Nick Diligente, marketing manager for ...

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Grand Sierra Resort Gets Lighting Makeover

Grand Sierra Resort Gets Lighting Makeover

When the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nev. took over a former MGM Grand hotel, their first order of business was to give the dated décor a modern makeover. The main focus of the façade. Designers at Las ...

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Dine ’N’ Dash, Troy Lighting

Dine ’N’ Dash, Troy Lighting

The Dine ’N’ Dash collection by Troy Lighting casts a warm glow, inviting guests to eat, drink, and be merry. Whimsical, cylindrical pendants in handworked wrought iron feature both embossed and laser cut words tied to the world of epicurean ...

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Don’t Be Left in the Dark

If the grandiose allure of hotel lobbies and generous amenities are any indication, it is clear that “there’s no second chance to make a first impression” in the hospitality industry. Yet, hospitality settings are at risk for being left in ...

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