We are excited that the new Web site serves all these purposes and more.
Greenville, SC (Vocus) May 30, 2008
Progress Lighting, the largest source for residential and commercial lighting, has introduced a new look for its Web site at http://www.progresslighting.com.
The revamped web site features a new media resource center, which includes the latest news from Progress Lighting, high- and low-res logos and product images, recent advertisements and links to lighting-industry related sites, including Energy Star, American Lighting Association, International Dark Sky Association, Sustainability Institute and Hubbell Lighting.
Progress Lighting also added a web page where products can be searched based on style, finish, family and price.
Other updates include new lifestyle images and tips and information on how Progress Lighting products can be incorporated into any home or room, all while complementing a variety of different styles and tastes.
“As a leader in the lighting industry, Progress Lighting is committed to being a resource for consumers, home builders, home owners, lighting designers, as well as lighting associations,” said Paige Malouche, director of marketing services for Progress Lighting. “We are excited that the new Web site serves all these purposes and more.”
About Progress Lighting – Progress Lighting is the largest single source for residential and commercial lighting, offering more than 3,000 lighting fixtures. For 100 years, Progress Lighting has been committed to providing a diverse selection of high quality lighting fixtures - earning them the reputation as number one in decorative lighting line among builders and remodelers. Progress Lighting also responds to the ever-changing needs of the lighting industry with extensive research and development programs that ensure high standards of quality and innovation for the home and commercial applications. Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Progress Lighting has four distribution centers located throughout the country that support one of the largest networks of electrical distributors and showrooms in the United States. Visit http://www.progresslighting.com for more information.
Kim Banks for Progress Lighting