January 30th, 2016 by rebeccav
ITC takes product testing seriously! Have you ever wondered how ITC ensures our products will meet and exceed performance standards in real world conditions?
Well… we test them in the real world.
The new VersiColor multi-color flexible light gets exposure to the harsh Michigan winter elements.
December 23rd, 2015 by rebeccav
Recently ITC donated three Maia desk lamps to the new Michigan CASA office located in Grand Rapids. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. The advocates are volunteers that have been trained and are appointed by a judge to represent a child in family court. They advocate for the best interests of the child and spend time learning and talking with the child about their situation. Advocates become the voice of the child in court and help to prevent children from being placed back into unhealthy or dangerous situations. There are over 14,000 abused and neglected children not being served in Michigan alone. ITC strongly supports the work CASA is doing and is looking forward to helping with future donations, volunteer efforts, etc.
To learn more about Michigan CASA please visit their website.
November 11th, 2015 by rebeccav
Happy Veteran’s Day
ITC would like to thank all who have served in the military and their families on this Veteran’s Day.
We specifically want to recognize and celebrate those veterans that work with us every day at ITC Scott Hart, Angie Landman, Dan Keuhs and Steven Kimbrough.
Please take the time to thank a veteran on Wednesday, November 11, 2015!
November 9th, 2015 by rebeccav
ITC has been nominated for the Michigan Celebrates Small Business (MCSB) award by Varnum LLP of Grand Rapids, MI. MCSB was founded by six partners to serve as a catalyst for creating an entrepreneurial culture and recognize Michigan small business people and their supporters annually.
ITC is thrilled to be considered by this prestigious group for recognition in 2016.
November 5th, 2015 by rebeccav
It was a chilly fall evening, but there was still a large turn out for the 2nd annual Glow In The Park in Douglas, Michigan. ITC donated it’s newest product introduction, the Versicolor RGB flexible lighting. The set-up included a 20′ x 40′ tent wrapped in Versicolor and the color changing was controlled by an app downloaded to the organizer, Erin Wilkinson’s phone. Erin stated that the party was a “smashing success” and that they had “over 600 people through the front entrance in the first 30 minutes”. The ITC team was proud and excited to contribute and participate in this local event and can’t wait to see what the Glow In The Park team comes up with next year. Thank you to all the employees that helped plan, set-up and tear down for this event and thank you to Erin Wilkinson for providing us with this great publicity. Click here to see the light in action.
Visit Douglas Halloween to learn more about this event.
April 6th, 2015 by ifi-admin
On Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8:30pm, ITC Incorporated and our employees will join hundreds of millions of people across the globe in switching off the lights of our business premises and our homes for one
hour – Earth Hour, to help change climate change. By taking part in this global ‘LIGHTS OFF’ event we will be acknowledging our commitment to personal and operational actions that go beyond the hour and will benefit the planet in 2015.
We would like to invite you, to join us in what promises to be an amazing and inspiring global celebration of our collective commitment to the planet.
In the past year ITC has been analyzing what we can do to reduce our impact on the earth and improve our business. A few of the changes that we have implemented include:
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January 27th, 2015 by ifi-admin
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI – After 30 years of designing and manufacturing lighting for boats and RVs, ITC Inc. is lighting up retail stores, offices, homes, health facilities and cruise ships.
The company’s new LED lighting division called Elio is producing products for Carnival and Princess cruise lines, which are replacing hundreds of thousands of energy-eating incandescent light fixtures with low-watt, high intensity LED lighting fixtures.
“The math for them was simple,” ITC founder and CEO Dick Camarota said. “Replace 35 watt bulbs that require frequent replacement with 9 watt LED lights that use a one-third of the energy and last two-thirds longer, and there is huge savings for every ship in their fleet,” he said, noting electricity at sea is generated from fuel powered generators.
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