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News/ Elation Professional: #WeMakeEvents #RedAlertRESTART
For the millions of professionals working on the technical side of the entertainment industry in the United States., September 1’s #WeMakeEvents #RedAlertRESTART #ExtendPUA night of illumination was a collective shout for help, imploring the US Congress to pass the RESTART Act (S.3814) and PUA extension as quickly as possible. Elation was proud to be part of this momentous initiative with partners coast to coast lighting buildings, venues and structures in red to focus awareness on the plight of the live events industry and the need for immediate financial support.
Elation Professional: #WeMakeEvents #RedAlertRESTART
“Thank you to all who participated in any way to tonight’s amazing success. I am so proud!” stated Elation Sales & Marketing Director Eric Loader at the conclusion of the evening. “Today reaffirmed for me what I knew already in my heart, that I am so fortunate to work in the most amazing industry with some incredibly talented, kind and generous people. Our industry will come back and tonight proves to me that in time we will be back stronger than ever! We can’t be ignored any longer and I’m sure the right people will take notice. But our work isn’t done. We need to stay on our elected officials and get the additional relief measures passed ASAP to avoid more financial and mental suffering. Together we are a winning team and together we will weather this storm.”

Here is just a fraction of the many spaces that went red with Elation for the live events industry on Tuesday night.

The Shell, San Diego, CA: San Diego Symphony’s new outdoor venue on San Diego Bay lit using 47 Paladin Panels™ supplied by JRLX.

Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, CA: San Diego Symphony’s resident venue lit with Paladin Panel™.

Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, DE: Lit by Light Action of Delaware using Protron Eclypse™.

Daniel S. Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, DE: Lit by Light Action of Delaware using Protron Eclypse™.

Mars Music Hall, Huntsville, AL: Von Braun Center’s newest venue in northern Alabama with full Elation rig.

Barker Hanger, Santa Monica, CA: Lit by Kinetic Lighting using Elation Fuze Wash™ and Platinum Beam™.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, CA: Lit by Kinetic Lighting.

1stBank Center, Broomfield, CO: Lit using SixPar 200 IP™ and Protron Eclypse™.

The Wharf, Orange Beach, AL: Gulf Coast entertainment district lit using Elation Proteus™ series.

Hollywood & Highland, Hollywood, CA: Lit by Volts Lites using Artiste Monet™ and Smarty Hybrid™

Gilley's Dallas, TX: Dallas’s iconic entertainment complex lit using Proteus™ series.

Light This Productions, Grimes, IA

…and many, many more!

For information, visit wemakeevents.org/ or facebook.com/WeMakeEventsNorthAmerica for the latest updates.

Info: www.elationlighting.eu

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