Green Frog Systems are again showcasing the latest range of outdoor lighting PRODUCTS for parks and recreational areas in booth #2808 at the 2018 NRPA Annual conference being held in Indianapolis, Indiana this week. The event runs until the 27th with over 400 exhibitors and 800 expected visitors over the three day event.
Green Frog Systems design and manufacture a premium range of solar powered outdoor lighting products perfectly suited to parks and recreational areas, utilizing solar power to keep outdoor areas accessible even after dark by harnessing the power of the sun.
Because solar lighting systems require no mains power to operate, the damage caused to the environment caused by trenching and wiring is largely avoided not to mention the ongoing cost savings secured through solar powered lighting alternatives. Solar lighting is fast becoming the most cost effective outdoor lighting solution as they offer a low voltage option that does not require an electrician to install with some units requiring only a single touch switch to commission.
For more information about how Green Frog Systems can illuminate your parks and outdoor areas using clean, green, solar powered lighting contact us today on +1 (214) 838-7010 or through the CONTACT page on our website.
The NRPA Annual Conference is the premier annual meeting of the park and recreation community. The three-day event brings together more than 8,000 park and recreation professionals, citizen advocates and industry suppliers for amazing networking opportunities, hundreds of education sessions and the industry’s largest trade show showcasing the products and services of nearly 400 exhibitors.
Known as “the crossroads of America,” Indianapolis was ranked the best convention city in America by USA Today and currently holds the #1 spot for the best airport. One of the many benefits of Indianapolis is that many hotels in the area link by skywalk to the convention center. There are more skywalks connecting buildings throughout downtown than in any other city in the United States.
Starts: September 25, 2018
Ends: September 27, 2018