For the third consecutive year, GLP’s groundbreaking LED technology was accoladed when the company picked up the prize for Best Moving Light at the prestigious Worship Facilities (WFX) New Product Technology Awards for its VOLKS|LICHT Spot moving head.
WFX annually invites manufacturers and providers serving the Church market to present their best new products — and GLP again competed with dozens of other vendors for the coveted trophy.
Winners announced at the Worship Facilities Conference & Expo (WFX) in Dallas, TX, were chosen based on the quality of the information provided by Church Production Magazine, Worship Facilities Magazine and Worship Facilities Designer Magazine editors, distinguished members of the WFX Advisory Board, and WFX management.
After previously enjoying success with the impression Spot One and then the impression X4S, this time it was the turn of the VOLKS|LICHT Spot to be voted into top spot.
GLP’s Texas based Central Region Sales Manager Dusty Hudgins was on hand to pick up the award.
“What is so significant about this award is that it is voted by people who work in various house of worship venues on a regular basis,” Hudgins stated afterwards. “This peer approval recognizes that the GLP range offers many positive aspects as part of a modern lighting system within today’s HoW venues, and it is gratifying that we are now seen as an automatic ‘go to’ provider when church professionals are evaluating a new lighting system.”
He cited Tomoka Christian Church in Florida as being a typical example of a satisfied customer.
The fully-featured GLP VOLKS|LICHT Spot itself features a 300W RGB LED engine which offers high output through an efficient optical system with clear gobo projection, even field distribution and smooth dimming without any color shift—all in a spot fixture format.
It achieves all this with near silent operation within a compact, lightweight chassis that allows it to be placed discreetly — another essential attribute for the HoW segment. A final plus point is the low service requirement of LED — a real asset when a facility is largely being maintained by volunteers.