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   February 11, 2022   

Coming February 24:  The IES Los Angeles Product Fair 2.0


Downtown L.A. will soon be aflutter with lighting exhibits and lighting people


LOS ANGELES -- The Wally Whitney Memorial Product Fair returns with an enhanced experience. With nearly twice the space, booth spaces increased by 2 feet, and aisle widths increased by 4 feet, this year's Product Fair will be our finest. Strategically placed barista coffee stations, and a mid-century modern themed lounge will serve great food and provocative deserts, all free of charge. Naturally, there will be No-Host Bars where over 120 exhibiting manufacturers may be picking up the tab. The new location at The Reef in DTLA is a more centrally located venue for everyone in our community, and parking and admission remain free!

Most importantly, all proceeds from this event directly fund the education projects that IESLA undertakes every year. They include the Saul M. Golding Memorial Internship at the California Lighting Technology Center and the Russell Cole Memorial Lighting Design Competition. Many of the past winners are at work in our industry today, in Southern California, thanks to these programs.

You don’t want to miss the Los Angeles Lighting Community’s “Coming out Party for the W.W. Product Fair 2.0!” Please plan to join us!

Contact Information:
Allan Weaver C: (818) 599-0190
Derick Sheehan C: (213) 290-0324
Email: IESLAProductFair@gmail.com 


Event Location:   The Reef LA, 1933 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90007 www.magicboxla.com 

Date:   February 24, 2022

Time:   1:30pm to 8:00pm

Registration:   The event is free, but you must register to attend.



IESLA has hired the health and safety firm G8Check.

Their Health & Safety Officers will implement the necessary protocols dictated by state and local officials to ensure the safest event possible. https://g8check.com/ 

These currently include mandatory masking and proof of complete vaccination or negative COVID-19 test. We will send out information before the event about any requirements.

Any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19. We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while attending the event.

Please help us protect all guests, staff, and volunteers. By following the guidance from the L.A. County Department of Public Health, we ask that you observe the following:

  • Stay home if you are sick with a cough, fever, or other flu-like symptoms.
  • Face coverings covering the nose and mouth are required for all indoor areas for ages two and up.
  • Maintain six feet of physical distance from other guests, staff, and animals as much as possible.


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