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Attend the Lighting Summit in January

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Register by December 1 at a discounted price.

| October 1, 2013

The Lighting Summit is a two-day conference, January 22 and 23, in Omaha, Neb. for landscape lighting professionals to learn how to grow and improve their business. Hosted by Jerry McKay, founder and president of McKay Landscape Lighting, participants will learn from his 20+ years in the landscape lighting business. The conference will cover nine topics in those two days including:

- Overview and History of McKay Landscape Lighting
- Design… Where it all Begins
- Installation Techniques and Fixture Selection
- Building a Service Department
- Tour of McKay Facilities
- Drive-by Tour of McKay Installs
- Guest Speaker Chris Heiler on Search Engine Optimization
- Marketing the McKay Way
- Goal Setting

We are focused on how to make your landscape lighting business better. Many conferences just focus on design and products – and we know that is important – but we want to help translate that knowledge into growing a successful and profitable business. By focusing on topics such as how we grew, building a service department, search engine optimization, and marketing, we are confident you will walk away with an abundance of knowledge that can be implemented into your business immediately. Furthermore, by meeting and networking with other landscape lighting professionals across the nation, we feel confident you will learn not only from our company, but each other as well.

Cost: $1599 if registered before December 1st, and $2000 if registered after December 1st.

We are committed to providing you value at every turn and are confident that you will receive return on your investment. Visit our website at www.thelightingsummit.com, email us at thelightingsummit@gmail.com, or call us at 402-289-3424.

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