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LED Neon Flex Set to Provide Blue LED Neon for Display in Kennedy Space Center

June 21, 2013

Kennedy Space Center Project Using Blue LED Neon Flex Underway

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

LED Neon Flex, a renowned engineering company that provides LED-based space lighting and signage, is proud to announce a new project that is underway with The Nassal Company for display at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. LED Neon Flex is an engineering company that specializes in LED displays that are energy efficient, friendly to the environment and brilliantly colored.

The company is delighted to announce their latest venture with Nassal for display at the Kennedy Space Center. They have a large portfolio of impressive LED light projects, all of which have produced stellar results. They are eager to create an artistically striking display that will impress visitors of the Kennedy Space Center and put a stamp on their products.

LED Neon Flex fully backs their products and believes several advantages of their LED products will be of great benefit to the Kennedy Space Center. The display promises to not only be energy efficient, but long lasting, safe for the environment and attractive – thus standing up to the reputation and expectations of NASA.

To learn more about this project, or if interested in finding out more about the products and services offered by LED Neon Flex, visit http://www.ledneonflex.com/. Or call 1.888.580.6366. A representative will respond to your inquiry in a timely manner and answer any all questions.

About LED Neon Flex:

LED Neon Flex is a Green LED Lighting Solutions (GLLS)-owned application. With a headquarters in the US and offices in both the US and Canada, they LED Neon Flex offers lighting products for commercial lighting displays. Their products are long lasting, environmentally friendly and vivid. They provide a range of stunning products for a wide range of clients.

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