Friday, May 31, 2013
I am all about outdoor lighting but that doesn't keep me from one of my favorite hobbies, Trout Fishing! I took some time off while working up in Walland, Tennessee to go fishing at Blackberry Farm. Walland has good people, beautiful landscapes and some of the bast fishing holes in the South. I invite everyone to dig out their fishing poles from the garage and enjoy. Now all I need are some hushpuppies...
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
We recently finished installing lights on a home designed by Philip Trammell Shutze (1890-1982). During his career, Shutze was known as America's greatest living classical architect and he designed Atlanta's most luxurious homes and buildings for over 40 years. Schutze was best known for bringing European elegance in his designs to Atlanta and the home above is typical of his "sun-drenched" walls that stems from Italian architecture. He was truly an artist and we were proud to install a system that will showcase this home's beauty and discernment!
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
We were having lots of fun testing out our new truck and trencher we recently bought. Our sales manager, Ricky, looks like a pro handling this machine and we can't wait to have the truck detailed and logo'ed. Both of these purchases will make installations easier and more efficient. Just one more way The Outdoor Lights is providing superior materials and service!
Monday, May 20, 2013
Sorry everyone, my marketing gal has been on maternity leave so this is my first time posting in a while! I though you might want to see our new Water Cut Laser Firefly Lantern that we are having produced for Hope Flies Catch the Cure for ...Mitochondrial Medicine. As many of you know, we are a proud supporter of this organization and we are pleased to introduce, this years lantern. Please consider doing something for those less fortunate by purchasing a lantern. A percentage of the proceeds go directly to help those affliced by this disease! Happy shopping!
Thursday, May 16, 2013
I have the best job in the world! Not only does it take me to some beautiful residences, environments, etc. I get to enjoy all that mother nature has to offer when she puts on a display of cotton candy colored clouds mimicked by the water. This is a picture of the sunrise from St. George's Island, located just off the Flordia peninsula. We were down here seeing about a project but I must stop and enjoy these scenic moments!