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Robert Juliat 90th Anniversary Competition Winners

Robert Juliat 90th Anniversary Competition Winners

Robert Juliat (booth # 1205) has already sent two winners to Las Vegas this year, the result of a competition staged in celebration of the company's 90th Anniversary.

Jean-Jacques Mansard, technical director of Le Channel Scène Nationale de Calais, and his wife, Isabelle, won the five-day trip for two to Las Vegas after entering the competition at the SIEL-SATIS 2009 show in Paris. Visitors to the stand were invited to write a short testimonial about Robert Juliat products. These were subsequently entered into a draw, the first prize of which also included a helicopter night-flight over Las Vegas and two tickets for the Cirque du Soleil® show, “O”.

Mansard's winning testimonial, picked at random, stated: “Since 1982 I have been working with Robert Juliat products, and I am delighted with them. They offer a complete range which--from the DMX tools to the projectors--have presented a consistent and innovative evolution of top quality products.”

Of the trip to Las Vegas, which took place in May, the Mansards said: “It's a life at 100 miles per hour that Vegas offered us, a city full of colors and animation. This fabulous trip…will remain as a fantastic souvenir.”

At LDI 2010, Robert Juliat will be exhibiting a selection of its range of long-, medium-, and short-throw followspots, including the 2500W HMI Cyrano, the 1800W MSR DMX-controlled Victor, and 1200W MSD Manon.

LDI 2010 also marks the official US launch of the company's new Aledin LED profile spotlight , the world's first LED generic profile. The 105W LED light source generates an output of 4500 lumens, has a smooth dimming curve across the full dimming range, even at low levels, no UV/IR emissions and an extremely long LED life.
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