LightWild Receives the NOVA Award from the Overland Park Economic Development Council (OPEDC)

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Annual award is provided to fast-growing companies in Overland Park, Kansas

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LightWild, a leading provider of innovative and energy efficient LED lighting solutions for commercial applications, today announced it has received the NOVA award from the Overland Park Economic Development Council (OPEDC).

OPEDC annually presents the NOVA award to fast-growing companies that help make Overland Park, Kansas the “Leading Suburban Business Community in the Midwest.” LightWild executives accepted the award yesterday at a luncheon ceremony inside the Regnier Center on the Johnson County Community College campus.

“LightWild has always taken a lot of pride in delivering large lighting solutions all over the world from our headquarters here in the Midwest,” said Tom Stafford, LightWild President. “We look forward to maintaining our commitment to the Overland Park community as we strive for continued growth in the global lighting market.”

About Overland Park Economic Development Council (OPEDC)
The OPEDC program is an investment partnership among the City of Overland Park, the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce and more than 70 private business community investors. Overland Park is a nationally recognized community located in the heart of Johnson County, Kansas. Overland Park is both the second largest city in Kansas and within the Kansas City Metropolitan area. For more information, visit

About LightWild, Inc.
LightWild is a leading provider of innovative, energy-efficient LED fixtures and controls developed through a comprehensive team of electrical, mechanical, opto-mechanical and architectural engineers. LightWild products have been utilized in thousands of commercial/industrial, retail, hospitality, office, entertainment venue, and façade lighting applications around the world. For more information about LightWild, its energy-efficient lighting solutions and its brands, visit LightWild is a registered trademark.

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