Lutron Offers Interactive Customer Design and Education Center

Lutron Electronics announces the expansion of its fourth Customer Experience and Education Centers with the opening of a facility in Irvine, Calif. Similar facilities exist in Sao Paolo, Brazil; Plantation, Fla.; and at the company’s world headquarters in Coopersburg, Pa.

07/12/2007


Lutron Electronics announces the expansion of its Customer Experience and Education Centers with the opening of a facility in Irvine, Calif.

As the company’s fourth Customer Experience Center, the facility is designed to provide architects, designers, electrical contractors, builders and other trade artisans with a unique selling tool to expand business. Professionals are encouraged to bring clients to the center, offering them an opportunity to experience lighting control in a tangible, life-like setting. Similar facilities exist in Sao Paolo, Brazil; Plantation, Fla.; and at the company’s world headquarters in Coopersburg, Pa.

The Customer Experience Center is a useful tool to demonstrate how lighting can enhance a room’s decor while simplifying a lifestyle and increasing safety in both residential and commercial settings.

“Lighting controls can cater to a number of different functions for the same room. A living room, for example, can be a dimly-lit sports-viewing room to one person, a dark movie theater to another or a bright video-game arcade to someone else,” said Kathie Leslie, director of employee relations and education.sk.”

The Customer Design Center:

encompasses 11,000 square-feet of space in total—2,500 square-feet for a home vignette center contains numerous vignettes to represent rooms in a home: kitchen, family room/entertainment room, home theater, master bedroom, master bathroom, outdoor entertaining area - all designs reflecting a California home and lifestyle contains commercial vignettes: office, conference room, boutique hotel lobby area and classrooms includes a variety of Lutron products, from single-light dimmers to whole-home lighting control and shading systems includes a separate training area, multipurpose room, and common space available to professionals for post-tour client meetings and hosting events is in an easy-to-access location (only five minutes from airport)

The Customer Education Center:

features two state-of-the-art training rooms; one with a capacity for 20 persons and the other with capacity for 35 persons hosts eight to 10 classes a month for the trade.

ect with clients, spark new ideas and engage in open discussion to communicate the project’s goals.”

Members of the trade can schedule appointments by calling 949-212-1415. To view training course descriptions and schedules, click here.





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