Stage Lighting Cable & Our Future Generation

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We here at Wire & Cable To Go enjoy hearing what our customers create with the wire they order. Our customers are resourceful, creative, handy, and all engineers in their own right! From homeowners, to business owners, young students to highly skilled professions we hear all types of stories on how they are all using wire & cable.

Recently, we were happy to hear from an up ‘n’ coming 11th grader named Zac, who has a burgeoning event production business around town in PA!  A young entrepreneur at heart, he has a passion for sound and lighting production and takes a class at school which gives him the opportunity to work on an electrical issue he was having at his gigs. Like many people in the event/entertainment production field, Zac had his eye on the Stage Lighting Cable for the application.  Here is what the young fella’ had to say about his latest school/work project which, by the way,  is still pending approval from his teacher:)

I work in lighting and sound production. I do everything from ballets and musicals to rally’s and school dances. A lot of the gear we have been using lately as our company continues to grow is starting to draw more power than the venues we work at are set up for. So to solve my problem I have constructed a power distro. This will allow me to tie directly into the main service panel at a venue and draw my own power (of course checking what they are already drawing to be sure to not over draw the service). The cable I purchased from Wire & Cable To Go is the #4 AWG Stage Lighting Cable UL/CSA. I’m using it as the main feed into the panel. I installed camlock connectors on tails and made other tails that I can tie in with. It’s been working out great!”

Keep rockin’ on, Zac!
Maybe we’ll catch a big show of yours down the road!

Your pal,

Willie

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