Fox News has a brand new report about the state of the neon light industry, and how we can buy it back from the industry.
This week, Fox News Radio is airing a special segment called, “The Future of the Neon Lights.”
In this special segment, we’ll talk to experts on the future of neon lights and the many ways you can get your hands on the best neon lights.
We’ll start off by talking to Kevin Burch, the executive vice president of corporate communications at Kmart.
Kevin is a veteran neon lighting executive who’s worked in several locations, including the New York City Department of Health, the New Jersey Department of Transportation, the Connecticut Department of Public Health and the City of Boston.
He’s also a neon lighting consultant, and he’s been a big proponent of the emerging technology for years.
“It is incredibly challenging to have these light fixtures,” Kevin said.
“The industry has changed so much.
The industry is getting so much better, and it’s going to take a lot more time to get there than I think it has.”
Kevin’s also got some interesting insight into the neon lighting market.
He says that the current market is dominated by one manufacturer: Kmart, which has been selling the bulbs for years now.
“I think that the neon lights industry has not really evolved in a way that is sustainable,” Kevin explained.
“And I think that it’s not sustainable in the long run.”
If you’re interested in the state-of-the-art neon lighting industry, you’ll want to listen to the entire report here.
In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of all the best new neon lights available right here.
You’ll find a ton of different options for the home, office and corporate setting.
The biggest brands include the likes of Philips, Sony, Philips Hue, Cree, LED, Lumen, and more.
If you’re looking for a neon light to bring back to the office or office party, you might want to take note of the list below.
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