Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Opens New Location in NW Arkansas

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North America’s largest full-service low voltage outdoor lighting company welcomes a new location.

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“She has the creativity, design expertise and leadership experience to build a successful OLP business.”

America’s leader in low voltage landscape and architectural lighting, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives (OLP), is pleased to announce the opening of Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of NW Arkansas. This new OLP location is owned and operated by Amy Giezentanner Hardwick.

Starting in February 2019, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of NW Arkansas offers design, installation and maintenance of low voltage outdoor lighting systems for residential, hospitality and holiday lighting. This location will service the greater Northwest Arkansas and River Valley areas, including Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville, Eureka Springs, Fort Smith, Siloam Springs, and Fayetteville.

A native of Northwest Arkansas, owner Amy Giezentanner Hardwick has a wealth of creative skills. Her training and years of experience as a photographer give her a sharp eye for lighting design. She enjoys sharing that sensibility with her clients to enhance the safety, beauty, and value of their homes. Her love of all things design inspired her to open Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of NW Arkansas so she could help people enjoy their dream outdoor spaces like patios, pools, decks, and kitchens after the sun goes down.

“We are thrilled to have Amy Hardwick join the Outdoor Lighting Perspectives family,” announced Rich Young, Vice President and Brand Leader of Outdoor Lighting Perspectives. “She has the creativity, design expertise and leadership experience to build a successful OLP business.”

Prior to starting her OLP business, Amy attended culinary school and served as pastry chef at Bread Alone Bakery in New York and Meridienne Dessert Salon in NW Arkansas. She was also Executive Director at Magdalene Serenity House where she directed the organization through startup development and fundraising campaigns for both operations and capital. Amy earned her M.B.A. from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. In addition to her career, Amy is involved in local theatre endeavors and loves to write.

To learn more, visit her website at https://nwarkansas.outdoorlights.com/.     

About Outdoor Lighting Perspectives
Established in 1995, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives is the nation’s first and largest full-service low voltage outdoor lighting company. With over 150,000 installations across the United States and abroad, the franchise is known for skillful, custom design for the hospitality industry, commercial businesses and residences. Featured in Lodging Magazine, Garden Design, House Beautiful, Better Homes and Gardens, Coastal Living, HGTV Magazine and Martha Stewart Living, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives features stunning handcrafted copper and brass LED lighting fixtures. Learn more at https://www.outdoorlights.com/.

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