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Company Buzz: Nov. 12, 2008

TCP wins a business growth award, Cree adds a new distributor, Andromeda moves into Miami, and Ledtronics announces a new LED architectural lighting sales manager. More

Programs Educate Students, Lighting Community How to “Go Green”
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Online Event to Dispel Myths About CFLs

On April 22, 2008, Earth Day, compact fluorescent lightbulb (CFL) manufacturer and innovator TCP will host an interactive, online education event—illumiNation—geared toward dispelling misconceptions about CFLs. The event will stream live at 9:00 a.m. EST on More

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Industry Announcements

Doug Borchers, vice president of sales engineering for Sidney, Ohio-based distributor Dickman Supply, has been chosen as the new vice president-elect of the National Association of Electrical Distributors' (NAED) Eastern Region.Joe Colant has been promoted to president of Aurora, Ohio-based energy-efficient light bulb manufacturer TCP. Colant formerly was the vice president of sales and marketing. More

Guiding Light
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TCP Opens New Global HQ

TCP has opened a new, 154,000-square-foot global headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, to house its office space, warehouse, distribution center, testing labs, and customer service calling center, as well as an employee fitness center and cafeteria. The new headquarters also serves as a showroom for its energy efficient products. More

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Lamps | Ballasts | Controls
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Cold Cathode Lamps

A longer-lasting and energy efficient alternative to incandescent and compact fluorescent lamps, the cold cathode lamp from TCP is available in 3W and 5W and can last an average of 25,000 hours. With a soft strike, low volt starting method that extends bulb life by 25 percent, it also features a phosphor coating that provides fade-resistant color consistency and UV protection. Available in clear, frosted, warm white and white. More

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TCP opens new headquarters

Ohio-based energy-efficient lighting manufacturer, More

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