Task Lighting Asks You to Take a Shot at Winning Our Photo Contest

Task Lighting wants you to hit us with your best shot! In celebration of Task Lighting’s 35th Anniversary, from now until October 31, 2020, entries are being accepted for our first ever Photo Contest. Knock it out of the park and your shot could be worth a grand prize of $3,000! An additional second place prize of $2,000, a third place of $1,000 and an honorable mention of $500 will also be awarded to selected entrants.

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Task Lighting asks design professionals to submit their best shots for their photo contest

As the leading manufacturer of LED Lighting and Angle Power Strip products for the past 35 years, Task Lighting saw no better way to celebrate our anniversary than to invite interior designers, architects, builders, remodelers and other NKBA-certified trade professionals alike to submit photos of their personal favorite projects for a chance to win.

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Task Lighting was founded in 1985 by Ken Anderson, a Certified Kitchen Designer in Kearney, Nebraska. Anderson had the clever idea to use automobile headlight lamps to reduce the flicker and buzz of the fluorescent fixtures that were popular at that time. This remarkable innovation created a better lighting fixture for the present-day kitchen and bath industry.

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Task Lighting later became one of the first to introduce LED lighting for the kitchen and bath. And in 2005, Task Lighting introduced their patented Angle Power Strip. Now a part of Hardware Resources, Task Lighting continues to develop and expand their top-of-the-line lighting and power products, right at home in their 35,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Nebraska.

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A photo with Task Lighting products turned off and another photo with products on

To enter the photo contest, contestants must submit two or more photos of the project, one featuring the product itself installed and one showing the results of utilizing Task Lighting and/or Task Power products. Additionally, contestants will also need to submit one “before” shot, which can be a photo with the Task Lighting products turned off. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. Central Time on October 31, 2020. A panel of Task Lighting design professionals will select the winners.

So come on, give us your best shot! What are you waiting for? Visit TaskLighting.com/PhotoContest for contest rules and to enter.

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