A.C. Lighting Donates a Portion of Sales to Behind the Scenes

[![(LR) Jules Lauve, JF Canuel, Fred Mikeska, Rick Rudolph & Eddie Raymond](/content/images/2017/12/Chroma-Q_Behind_the_Scenes_Donation_JulesLauve_JFCanuel_FredMikeska_RickRudolph_EddieRaymond-300x214.jpg)](/content/images/2017/12/Chroma-Q_Behind_the_Scenes_Donation_JulesLauve_JFCanuel_FredMikeska_RickRudolph_EddieRaymond.jpg)(LR) Jules Lauve, JF Canuel, Fred Mikeska, Rick Rudolph & Eddie Raymond
Chroma-Q, the brand of premium performance LED lighting solutions manufactured in North America, presented Behind the Scenes with a donation from the sale of the Color One 100 Series product line. The presentation was made during LDI on Nov. 17, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV.

Behind the Scenes is a charitable organization developed to provide financial assistance to entertainment technology industry professionals who are seriously ill or injured or to their surviving family members. Each grant is unique to the recipient and could cover expenses including basic living costs, medical expenses, transportation or funeral costs.

“A.C. Lighting Inc. is delighted to contribute to such an important charity,” says Fred Mikeska, VP Sales. “As a distributor in the entertainment technology industry, we believe that it is important to give back to the community and to help others in need.”

Each year, A.C. Lighting Inc. takes a portion of its sales from the popular Color One 100 series product line and donates it to Behind the Scenes in hopes to provide assistance to families in need.

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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