Main Light opens location in Las Vegas
Tuesday, 29 June 2021
main-light-sq-black-bg-logoMain Light also took the opportunity to reveal their new logo
USA - Main Light, LLC. has announced that it will be expanding its operations with a location in Las Vegas, NV as of August 23, 2021. The new 40,000sq.ft shop, at 6435 South Valley View in Las Vegas will allow the dry hire service to better support the western US
Pairing with Main Light’s Delaware shop, the Las Vegas operation will duplicate the depth of new and well-maintained equipment available.
“Having a west coast shop is something that our clients have been asking about for some time,” states Randy Mullican, general manager of Main Light, LLC. “As the entertainment and event industries are re-opening, many of clients are asking us to step-in and support them across the country. Though we always would provide gear wherever needed, the Las Vegas location will allow us to respond to those needs more efficiently, and very-importantly, cost effectively.”
Main Light also took the opportunity to reveal their new logo and introduced a new company-wide 800 number, (800)-397-MAIN (6246).
Throughout the pandemic, Main Light took the opportunity to rebalance their own inventory by selling off older equipment and buying new technology. Staying in front of their client’s needs, Main Light focused on acquiring the gear that will be in demand by production companies looking to supplement and access quality equipment from a trusted dry hire resource. “We will be here for our clients,” notes Mullican, “as they reopen and get back to work without having to invest in acquiring new equipment themselves. All these production companies need support as they get ramped back up and we are ready to provide that backup.”
The Las Vegas operation will also fill the longstanding request that Main Light house a stock of their popular LightScape fibre optic drapes. “There has always been a large demand for our fibre optic drapes in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Having a Las Vegas location means we will be able to cut the shipping costs significantly and much more effectively meet that product demands,” Mullican points out.

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