January 2013 Dallas International Lighting Market Highlights

A well-attended International Lighting Market, held at the Dallas Market Center in January, set the tone for an optimistic year ahead.  Here are more moments captured in Dallas.

Eglo Van Teal
L to R: Brian Sveinnson of Premier Lighting in Phoenix,
Mark Robinson of Power Design Resources in Atlanta,
and Dawn and Torren Stantus of Premier Lighting.
 Retailers welcomed The Van Teal family back to the DMC –
L to R: Hivo Van Teal, Jr., Gary Robinson, Stella Van Teal,
Eddie Van Teal, Jr., and company founder Hivo Van Teal.
With a special opportunity to buy Swarovski® jewelry at a deep discount during the company’s
market party, it was not surprising to see a long line forming in the showroom.
Varaluz News_Dallas_Hinkley_01 Northeast Lantern
 Enjoying the festivities (and tamales) are Maureen Breitzmann of Varaluz with Will Barker and Paul McWilliams of Ferguson. Ferguson reps enjoying the Blues party at Hinkley: Nicci Hall, Stansell Dye, Jonathan McKinley, Janet Wall, and Heather Thomas.  Northeast Lantern founder Skip Heal (center) and his wife Cindy (left) are proud of the family business that includes their children Jamie (right) and Chris (not pictured).
Ferguson Crowd
 Ferguson Does Dallas: 130+ employees from Ferguson Enterprises at the January market were on the hunt for great lighting products.  During market, the company hosted a private party that included educational presentations.
Fanimation Style PEMBA at Philips
Getting the Fanimation party started are hosts, (L to R) Christy Frampton, Diana Limp, Denise Wright, Rachel Frampton.  Patricia Smith, Kathy Claassen, and Becky Neeb – from PEMBA Lighting in New Orleans – and their sales rep Doug Ball.
Fanimation Gangam
 Preferring to sell ceiling fans Gangnam style for one night are: (L to R) Ed Frampton, Jeff Wishek,
Teal Cracraft, Tom and Nathan Frampton, John Wertz, Sandy Callahan, and Christy Frampton.

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