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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Katherine Bordeaux of Bordeaux Lighting

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Erie, CO - Katherine Bordeaux is a highly regarded and successful entrepreneur as well as the founder and CEO of Bordeaux Lighting LLC.  Her part in the LED industry starts well after the job is sold and the materials have been manufactured and shipped.  “We upgrade fluorescent and other lights to LED for retail stores, warehouses, and parking lots,” says Kathy.  "LED is a positive wonderful way for all of us to go green.”

As a female owned and operated business Kathy wears many hats managing her crews of 50 plus employees of top skilled technicians.  She is WBENC and WOSB certified.  She is a proud member of the interNational Association of Lighting Management (NALMCO) and she and her workers are CALT, certified lighting technicians, so they are knowledgeable and thoroughly trained in their field.

Kathy’s goal is to continue doing the LED retrofit and by 2019 transitioning from a labor company to a full-service company.  She’s also excited about upcoming technology with LED which utilizes Bluetooth & WIFI and she anticipates amazing technology for the future.

“When I become a full-service company I also intend to use companies whose production takes place in the United States rather than China,” says Kathy.  “I think it’s vital that we encourage labor here where we can exemplify our work ethic and capacity and overall solidarity.”

“As a successful female owned business in a male dominated industry I hold my own because I meet challenges with determination and assertiveness," says Kathy. "As long as you follow your passion and dreams you can accomplish anything and that’s what I’m doing.”

For more information on Katherine’s visit www.bordeauxlighting.com

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