Lex Products Corp. Launches New Website Dedicated to Cable Crossovers

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ramp-lawnLex Products is pleased to announce the launch of http://www.powerrampsbylex.com/, a new website devoted to educating our customers on the quality and value of Lex Products’ 5-Channel heavy-duty PowerRAMPS®. These cable crossovers are used in the entertainment, industrial, shipyard, and military markets to protect cables and hoses from heavy traffic by pedestrians and vehicles.

“Our cable ramps are unique to other brands, our center channel is wide and deep enough to accommodate 5 wire banded #2 AWG type SC cables for example. We felt that a website dedicated to informing consumers about the value these ramps bring to any worksite or entertainment events was important”, states Jack Hogarth – Product Manager at Lex Products.

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Elation Lighting Used to Light Chicago’s St. Vincent de Paul Parish Church

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St. Vincent de Paul Church_1One of Chicago’s grandest Catholic churches is illuminated by lighting design students of The Theatre School at DePaul University

With a mission to train the next generation of theatre artists in all disciplines, The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago had lighting design students illuminate St. Vincent de Paul Parish church in storytelling visuals and used an assortment of Elation lighting products supplied by Protolight, Inc. (http://www.protolight.com/) as their lighting tools. The 30-minute displays were presented May 20-22.

Dedicated in 1897, St. Vincent de Paul Parish church is an architecturally significant building and one of Chicago’s grandest Catholic churches. Students enveloped the façade’s rounded windows and doorways, and two stately bell towers, in moving and static images inspired by artists Leonid Afremov, AJ LaGasse, Vincent van Gogh, and Mary-Anne Papanek Miller, professor and chair of art, media and design at DePaul. The students crafted each display to interpret the artist’s unique sensibilities into the world of lighting design.

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Atomos Ronin

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  By Kae Hester Today, it’s almost essential that churches live stream services each Sunday. Live streaming gives churches the ability to engage attendees that are unable to attend the …

Martin Professional Lighting by HARMAN

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Crop1The Kirk, based in Tulsa, OK, is an evangelical church with a large focus on local and international outreach. The Kirk was founded 50 years ago and has two campuses, Kirk of the Hills and Kirk Crossing. Construction was recently completed on Kirk Crossing, which is in Jenks, OK, a suburb of Tulsa. The Kirk’s mission statement is ‘Transformed by Christ to Transform the World.’ We believe that in order to fulfill this we must follow Biblical teachings and first transform ourselves before effecting change without.

The Kirk is unique in the way worship is presented. At the Hills Campus, we have both a traditional and a contemporary worship space, and we run both concurrently. Each offer different music presentations (choir vs. a worship band), and also a different pastor in each venue. Our Crossing Campus offers contemporary worship, also with a live pastor. We have four pastors on staff; our Senior pastor who oversees everything for both campuses, a campus pastor for both the Hills and Crossing locations, and a fourth associate pastor responsible for small groups, bible studies, etc.

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