Nora Lighting Unveils Newly Renovated Showrooms

In celebrating its 35th anniversary, Nora Lighting has unveiled the transformation of two state-of-the-art showrooms.

The newly renovated showrooms stand as a testament to Nora Lighting’s commitment to offering an unparalleled experience for its valued representatives. Located at the company’s headquarters in Los Angeles, as well as its permanent showroom in the Dallas Market Center, these redesigned spaces showcase the latest products, featuring a vast array of fixtures that combine functionality with elegance.

“We are thrilled to celebrate 35 years of illuminating homes and businesses everywhere. Our commitment to providing the highest quality lighting solutions has been unwavering, and the renovation of our showrooms is a testament to our dedication to excellence. We invite our customers to visit our newly transformed spaces and experience the future of lighting,” said Fred Farzan, President.

Lighting professionals can visit Nora Lighting’s renovated showrooms in Los Angeles and Dallas to witness the company’s evolution of lighting design over the past 35 years. Sales representatives and customers can speak with their regional sales managers to schedule a visit and learn more about Nora’s products and services.

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