Isted Technical Sales Named New Lighting Rep For Philips Entertainment

Canadian Mid-West Rep now specifying product lines from Strand Lighting and Selecon

Philips Entertainment is proud to announce that Isted Technical Sales has been named as its new lighting rep for the Canadian Mid-West. With offices in Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg, Isted Technical Sales will now be specifying the innovative fixture, dimming and controls product lines from Philips Strand Lighting and Philips Selecon.
 
“We are very excited to be adding the Philips Entertainment product lines to our portfolio,” said Ric Steele, Isted Technical Sales. “From our three conveniently located offices, our sales teams look forward to providing outstanding customer support for past, current and new clients throughout the region.”
 
“The product lines of Philips Strand Lighting and Philips Selecon are being sought after in Canada for a multitude of entertainment and architectural applications,” added Don Carruthers, Philips Entertainment Canadian Sales Manager. “Isted Technical Sales has a very well-respected reputation for specification sales in the Mid-West territory, and I look forward to building our relationship with them.”
 
To find the Isted Technical Sales office nearest you, visit www.istedtechnicalsales.ca.In Winnipeg, please contact Sam Nobre, [email protected] In Regina, contact Sean Vine, [email protected]. In Saskatoon, please contact Dave Isted, [email protected]
 
Philips Strand Lighting and Philips Selecon offer the world's most comprehensive and competitive range of luminaires, dimming equipment, control systems and software to answer the creative needs of lighting designers working in theatre, television, film, themed environments and sophisticated architectural applications. www.strandlighting.com. www.seleconlight.com
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