SVL | February 2014 
Greetings Friends:

Just a quick note and warm hello to everyone we saw at last month's AIA Business Forum. Attendance really boomed this year! As usual, Alan Beaulieu's economic outlook didn't disappoint. I've never met a funnier economist. Okay, I don't really know a lot of economists, but Alan is a hoot. It looks like the forecast for 2014 will be better than expected and he has increased his outlook through 2019. AIA's market analyst Alex Shikany said much the same, adding some great insight into the growing life sciences market. Dennis Snow's presentation on customer service and attention to detail in all parts of business operations hit the nail on the head. If you didn't make it, sorry we missed you in Orlando. I would encourage you to visit the AIA website and download the presentations.

If we didn't connect in Orlando, I hope to see you in April at the Vision Show in Boston. If you have a few minutes and would like to connect, please email me at or call us at +1(231)722-1199. I'd be more than happy to discuss how our internal driver LED arrays can save you money and time or chat about our latest product releases. I look forward to seeing you in Boston!

Bobby Segraves, Business Development & Marketing Director

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