Thursday, February 22, 2007

Elation Announces 2007 Roadshow Schedule

LOS ANGELES, CA--Elation Professional has announced the schedule for its highly anticipated 2007 Elation Training & Products Roadshow. A series of traveling seminars designed to educate dealers on the use and application of Elation lighting products, this year's Roadshow will stop in major U.S. markets from coast to coast and will even travel north and south of the border to Canada and Mexico City. Presented by factory-trained specialists, the one or two-day seminars are offered free-of-charge to Elation dealers:

• Feb. 27-28, Phoenix/Tempe
• March 6-7, Houston
• March 20, Portland, Ore.
• March 22, Seattle
• April 10-11, Denver
• April 24, Detroit
• April 26, Cleveland
• May 8-9, New York City/New Jersey
• May 14, Baltimore, Md.
• May 16, Raleigh, N.C.
• May 21-22, Toronto
• May 24, Montreal
• May 28-29, Atlanta
• June 5-6, Mexico City

Among the topics covered in the seminars are: automated lighting, LED technology, lighting controllers and software, professional fog machines, data distribution, and wireless DMX solutions. Dealers will get a chance to have hands-on experience with the latest Elation products, including CompuLive and SD3D software. Additionally, there will be a sales training course covering features, benefits, applications and troubleshooting Elation products.

Each day of the Roadshow begins with a morning session (10 a.m. - 1 p.m.), followed by an afternoon session (2 p.m. - 5 p.m.). Dealers attending two-day Roadshow seminars will have the opportunity to invite their customers to come from 5-8 p.m. on the second day to learn about the Elation product line. Along with Loader, Ray Villasenor, Elation's Theatrical Sales & Support Specialist, will be on hand, and there will be a guest presentation by Philips Lighting on Discharge and LED lighting.

To reserve a spot for the 2007 Elation Training & Products Roadshow, RSVP to visage@elationlighting.com or call 866-245-6726 ext. 139. Space will be limited to Elation dealers only.

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