Bulbrite Announces Winner of Brite Lights Sweepstakes

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MOONACHIE, N.J.-- Southland Plumbing Supply of Metairie, La., has won Bulbrite's Brite Lights Sweepstakes, which includes roundtrip airfare for two to New York City along with accommodations at The Kimberly Hotel New York and Broadway tickets. The contest was offered to U.S. lighting buyers and specifiers who placed an order of $2,500 or more in November, or submitted a postcard to Bulbrite.

Bulbrite also has invited Southland, owned by the Vinturella family, to visit its corporate headquarters located outside of Manhattan, said Cathy Choi, president, Bulbrite. "On behalf of entire company, we would like to thank all of our customers for participating in the sweepstakes and look forward to seeing them at the International Lighting Market in Dallas this January."

The prize package has an approximate value of $2,000.

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