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    has named Kurt Mandelik vice president of the Florida-based company. Mandelik was formerly national sales manager, and has worked with the company for 15 years.

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    An over-designed, aquatic-themed restaurant had previously occupied the 9,450-square-foot space intended for Café Lurcat. Located in the affluent community of Naples, Florida, the building, with its barrel-vaulted ceiling, had much to offer Richard D'Amico, CEO of D'Amico & Partners, a...

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  • Luraline, 'It's Your Light' Competition

    South Florida lighting manufacturer Luraline has announced a call for entries for its fifth annual 'It's

  • Lighting One Announces New Members

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  • Verilux, Luraline, Wybron, and Leviton

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  • Company Announcements: Crestron, Martin, Color Kinetics, and Luraline

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  • Turtle-friendly Light Fixtures

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