I’ve been going to the InfoComm show for years. I’ve never exhibited at the show, but I’ve always gone as an attendee and looked around to see where everything’s going.Thing is – now, with all the so called “convergence” between Lighting and Video, it’s making more sense for Lighting companies, lighting designers, production companies, etc – to be at this show. This year, for these reasons and more, we’ve decided to go ahead and exhibit. We will be there with Gear-Source, Rental-Source – and maybe even AVR on the LED side. Why not?LDI is still a great show, but there’s more out there. This year, I saw LDI becoming a little boring. Not a lot of new stuff, and just not enough to really get people out of there offices and travelling accross the country. I remember the days when if you weren’t at LDI, you were disconnected. Well, it aint like that anymore. I think that we’ll see more and more people getting out to InfoComm and shows like it where a lot of new technology, and ideas for growth exist.I am told that this year, companies like Martin and Robe “may” be exhibiting at InfoComm as well. I think it’s a great move. Instead of constantly investing in creating new products for the same clients – why not add clients? Add entire new markets in fact.In addition to the Video folks, we’re looking forward to the large number of churches and event / corporate people who visit that show. I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes – but like I said, we’re looking forward to breaking new ground for our business’.FYI – if you’re interested in more information, please feel free to visit the InfoComm site at www.infocommshow.org.In the near future, we’ll have free passes to the exhibit hall with a link posted to the free pass on each of our sites. Standby for more on that one.