PLANT TOUR

              

435 E. Washington Street
Winchester, Ky. 40391
859.744.3464

Thursday, October 16, 2014    

5:30 – 6:45pm – Registration / Dinner (Panera Box Meal)                7:00 - 8:15 - Plant Tour

This tour prohibits: cell phones, cameras, open toe shoes.

This tour requires: Leather shoes, and safety glasses with shields - provided if needed.

Just east of Lexington, amid the rolling fields and immaculate horse farms of Kentucky's famed bluegrass region, this specialty incandescent lamp plant offers visitors an opportunity to see the future of technology. Forty-one years after Winchester produced the "Press 25," once the world's most popular chemical flash bulb and a favorite of news photographers, the plant continues its winning streak with the Capyslite® family of halogen PAR lamps.

  • Projector and specialty incandescent lamps
  • ISO 9001 certified
  • ISO 14001 certified
  • Laboratory (tungsten halogen lamps)

Space is limited to 28    Reservation Deadline:      4pm, Wednesday,  Oct. 15th

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