May 1, 2020 | Issue 003
Welcome to Bulbrite's new weekly newsletter - created to give you the tools & tips you need to know to navigate these tricky times.
Customer Corner
Hansen Lighting
Jason Peterson and his team at Hansen Lighting have created a "Light Up A Life" Social Media campaign program that includes pre-made posts and videos that showroom partners can share on their social channels. The posts feature a Home Makeover contest where the winners and their loved one of choice will each receive:
  • A full Lighting Makeover
  • Free in-home consultation with Hansen's lighting design experts
  • New fixtures, including chandeliers, ceiling fans, vanity lights, can lights, and flush mounts

Read about the full program on Jason's "Lit Living" blog, here .
Tools You Can Use
Training Webinars
We are happy to announce that beginning today, we are launching weekly webinar trainings to give you the information you need to better demonstrate and sell Bulbrite products. This week, we are featuring a webinar that explains everything you need to know about California’s Lighting Legislation (Title 20, Title 24, JA8) as well as Bulbrite’s California-compliant product assortments.

Click here to view the webinar, featuring our Senior Product Manager, Martha Khan .

[Note: You will want to download and view in "presentation" mode to hear audio.]
Featured Products
Vital "A-Movers"
As showrooms are beginning to reopen across the country, we know that you have a lot to think about - from stocking hand sanitizers to creating adequate spacing on your retail floor. We are here to make sure you are prepared from an inventory standpoint.
As building season continues and customers are beginning to shop for their home upgrade projects, just a reminder that the majority of our LED A19 bulbs are in stock and ready to ship within 48 hours.

For pricing and availability please visit or contact your local sales representative or email .

Tips & Tricks
Tech Corner: UV Light
Lately, there has been a lot of interest in using UV-C light as a disinfectant. UV-C light is proven to provide tangible sanitizing benefits, and there are products already in the marketplace that help sterilize hospital and hotel rooms. 
Before you encourage residential use however, there are many factors to consider:
  • UV-C light is extremely harmful to skin and eyes. 
  • Since COVID-19 is a new virus, the right mix of intensity and length of UV-C exposure to safely disinfect an object is unknown. 
  • UV-C light is only effective on surfaces that are directly exposed to light, so UV-C light would not be effective on something like a fold in a shirt. 

Curious to learn more? The ALA has been active in discussions about this technology. Click here to view a discussion between Terry McGowan and the Lighting Research Center.
What have you been doing to help your business grow during this time?
Let us know for a chance to be featured in our "Customer Corner"!