Friday – Harvest Fun Fact

When leaves change color in the fall, they are actually becoming their true color. In the summer, the chlorophyll (which is how the leaves receive nourishment from the sun) takes over and causes them to turn green and hide their color.
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And the results are in…

DCPACongratulations to Charles Macleod – Lighting Director of Denver Center Theatre Company. He submitted the oldest poster, a gobo pattern poster from 2003. Charles is the winner of $100 worth of Apollo products.

Thank you to everyone who submitted their ‘oldest’ poster.


Once in a Blue Moon

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Video Time!

We’re currently working on a fun video shoot, with our sister company Blue Pony, for our new line of AVERE™ LED fixtures. Here are a few photos from the video shoot. We had a lot of fun.

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Friday – Harvest Fun Fact

The largest squash on record belonged to Joel Jarvis. His prize-winner weighed 1,486.6 pounds. Think about how much butternut squash soup could be made with that! (Based on a 1kg squash making eight soup servings, his giant vegetable would make the same dish 5,360 times over.)

Worlds biggest squash


Join Apollo at TLS – Open House

Join Apollo Design by attending TLS Productions 2014 Open House & New Product Showcase. Located in Ann Arbor, MI September 23rd & 24th.  Click here for more details.

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Pitter-Patter-Pattern!

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CLOSED – Labor Day

LDApollo Design will be CLOSED on Monday, September 1st in observation of Labor Day. Have a happy and safe holiday!!!


Support ALS – Color Filters

ALSIn addition to the Ice Bucket challenge for ALS, you can show your support to this great cause by stocking Apollo color filters. Contact your Apollo representative today to place your order for AP1100 Hard Diffusion and AP2000 Apollo Blue Full CTB color filters.  $5.99 a sheet cannot be beat!

 

 


Labor Day Fun Fact

The first celebrated U.S. Labor Day was on Tuesday September 5, 1882 in NYC. It was planned by the Central Labor untitledUnion.•10,000 workers took unpaid leave and marched from City Hall to 42nd street – ending in Wendel’s Elm Park for a concert, picnic, and speeches.


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