3473 Poplar Ave
Captive reptiles—especially turtles and lizards$mdash;need both heat lamps to regulate their body temperature and artificial ultraviolet light to synthesize vitamin D in order to survive. Gina Lowers will discuss the lighting requirements for raising various reptiles and the unregulated specialty lighting market for pets.
Gina Lowers is a 30-year veteran of the lighting industry. She is an expert in spectral analysis and color with a focus on specialty lighting applications including ultraviolet, horticulture, herpetology, aquaculture and shatter containment. Gina is currently using her manufacturing and process experience as a Six Sigma Black Belt Consultant helping Hunter Fan Company navigate the Department of Energy’s new efficiency regulations. She is an active member of the Memphis Hightailers Bicycle Club.
Our meeting will be at Jason’s Deli on 3473 Poplar Ave March 26, 2019 11:30am to 1pm
Please order FOOD ONLY at the restaurant counter: NO drinks (they are complimentary).
Please tell them you are attending the IES Presentation in the Conference Room. You will NOT be charged and your food will be delivered to you in the Conference Room.
Please pay the IES Treasurer $20 (Cash or Check payable to “IES Mid-South Chapter”) or use the PayPal link the to right.