Blizzard Lighting Hits Spike TV’s Bar Rescue!

December 6, 2013 by Mobile Beat

BLIZZARD LIGHTING PRODUCTS ON THE SET OF SPIKE TV’S BAR RESCUE

Torrent Xray, PixelStorm 240 and Eclipse DMX used in Spike Channel’s upcoming Bar Rescue EpisodeEclipseDMX

Waukesha, WI. – Blizzard Lighting is honored to share the news that three of their products will be used in the latest episode of Spike TV’s Bar Rescue, Season 3 Episode 29: “Brawlin’ Babes”, which will first air Sunday night 12/8/2013 at 9PM CST. Products that were used in the show include some of Blizzard’s brand new Torrent Xray™ LED moving head fixtures, PixelStorm 240™ LED wash fixtures, and Eclipse DMX™ lighting control software.

Episode Synopsis: A visit to a Missouri sports bar has Jon trying to unite the timid owner and the belligerent bartenders in a common cause.

Bar Rescue is an American reality series that premiered on Spike TV on July 17, 2011. It stars Jon Taffer (a long-time food & beverage industry consultant specializing in nightclubs and pubs), who offers his professional expertise—at no charge—to desperately failing bars in order to save them from closing.

Free full episode rebroadcasts can also be seen at: www.spike.com

Descriptions of Blizzard Lighting products used in the show are:

The Torrent Xray™: 5 pixel moving head fixture that features 5x CREE® XLamp MC-E 4-in-1 10W RGBW LEDs with amazing beam color splitting effects and an incredibly sharp 2 degree beam angle. Retail: $ 1,499.99.

PixelStorm 240™: 1-meter color/pixel bar fitted with 240 ultra-bright R/G/B 10mm LEDs (96 Red, 72 Green, and 72 Blue). It’s a powerful wash fixture with an impressive selection of eye-catching pixel effects. Retail: $ 279.99.

Eclipse DMX™: Easy to use, touch screen compatible lighting control software specifically designed for club, lounge and DJ markets. Runs on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Windows 7/8 (32bit or 64bit). Retail: $499.99.

And of course, they are all backed by Blizzard’s 2-year warranty.

Blizzard’s website is located at: www.blizzardlighting.com

 

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