Solid trade show exposure during recent weeks. Starting with Firehouse Expo trade show at the Baltimore Convention Center. Good showing of the all things fire department related including fire apparatus, equipment vendors and organizations whose mission is to support the health and safety of fire fighters and their families.
Emergency lighting equipment, which includes LED Warning Lights and LED Batons, are displayed showing their benefit as valuable tools with identifying work zones, accident scenes and supporting crowd control at various events. Another benefit of the warning lights is support of landing zone demarcation for helicopter landings. State police and fire personnel have high praise for the effectiveness of the warning lights with bringing in a Flight for Life helicopter. The environmental benefit is significant by eliminating chemical flare residue from polluting streams and rivers.
The LED warning lights and LED baton were also presented at the ANME show along with Vortex flashlight. Good response on both products. Great opportunity to build upon recent sales of the Vortex Crank Flashlight to the U.S. Army. Trade shows are a great way to present this superior quality crank flashlight that operates as a spotlight, floodlight, emergency beacon and phone recharged. In addition to robust construction Vortex is capable of underwater submersion to a depth of 10 meters (33 feet). Vortex is an excellent everyday flashlight offering superior performance and quality of manufacturing to the run of the mill crank lights.
Wrapping up with the ASD show in Chicago. Event was slower than previous years. Good opportunity to present the Light Finder luminescent wall mount. Light Finder is designed to hold a variety of flashlights ranging from battery C cell size and smaller. Wall mounting Light Finder in strategic locations around the home and work supports convenience and emergency preparedness by being able to immediately find your flashlight or lamp when the power goes out. Wall mount also aids in room orientation.