Extreme Lightscapes was proud to participate in the creation of the first large scale holiday event at the Choctaw Casino in Durant, Oklahoma. The celebration hosted a number of events for the entire family, including a choreographed light show, an innovative synthetic ice skating rink, visits with Santa and more.
Extreme Lightscapes is happy to announce that we have launched a new website that will act as the wholesale and retail distribution point for our Christmas lighting and decorating supplies. The Christmas Light Emporium, www.thechristmaslightemporium.com, was soft launched earlier this year and is now fully operational. The Christmas Light Emporium not
Austin coffee house promotes Texas-size Christmas spirit with synchronized holiday light display
Mozart’s Coffee Roasters has a tradition of sharing over-the-top Christmas displays with its Austin, Texas customers and the Lake Austin community at large. Co-owner Katrine Formby has been designing Mozart’s large-scale static lighting displays for more than ten years, turning this popular coffee house into a holiday destination for locals and visitors alike.
Extreme Lightscapes has completed the installation of elegant holiday lighting at 21 David Weekley model home locations throughout the greater Houston area.
The 21 model homes represent an effort to create an inviting atmosphere for those who are actively looking for a new home during the holiday season. “With the hustle and bustle of the season and the typically rainy weather, we wanted to create a warm environment that gives visitors to our model homes a good reason to stay and visit for a while. So far, we are getting great reviews.” said Carrie Brown of David Weekley Homes Houston.
Household of Faith Church engaged Extreme Lightscapes to design a massive animated light display at their New Orleans East campus. The synchronized light show is made up of more than 100,000 holiday lights pulsating in sync with a playlist of holiday songs. The display is longer than a football field at 317 feet long and over 30 feet high with lights dancing just inches apart along the entire front façade of the east campus building – a former service merchandise store. The lights dance to the music being broadcast over an FM transmitter at 96.3fm on the dial.
Dallas based Extreme Lightscapes Takes Environmentally Friendly Commercial Christmas Decorating to a Whole New Level
If there is a silver lining to the recent economic downturn, it is that frugality has returned as king. While the idea of spending less seems to be permanently ingrained once again in our culture, there is a trend among both consumers and corporate buyers to not only save money on every purchase, but to get the most bang for the buck and in the most environmentally friendly manner possible.