Lightspeed Aviation will be bringing their Lightspeed Live interactive road show to the Mela Room in Orlando on Monday, October 20. The event provides pilots with an opportunity to visit with Lightspeed Aviation executives in a casual, interactive setting and learn about the history, heart and culture of the company, along with their line of aviation headsets and other products.
“Lightspeed Live offers pilots an environment conducive to asking questions, providing feedback and engaging with us on a more personal level,” said Teresa De Mers, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Support for Lightspeed Aviation, an instrument rated pilot, and the host of the event. “We’ll also be providing light refreshments and attendees will have a chance at great prizes.”
Lightspeed has been holding Lightspeed Live events for the last several years and they have proved to be very popular among flying clubs and other aviation organizations.
“We want to give pilots in the central Florida area a firsthand opportunity to not only learn about our products, but discover the culture and character of our company,” said De Mers.
To RSVP for the Orlando Lightspeed Live, to be held in the Dolce Hall of the Mela Room at 5:30-7:30 p.m., go to LightspeedAviation.com/Orlando. Lightspeed advises that seating is limited and early registration is encouraged.
About Lightspeed Aviation
Lightspeed Aviation is a leading manufacturer of premium aviation headsets. Since introducing its first product at EAA AirVenture in 1996, Lightspeed has established a reputation for leading innovation in aviation headsets with a number of first-to-market advances, including Bluetooth® integration, Auto Shutoff™, and, with Zulu PFX, Streaming Quiet™ ANR. This has earned Lightspeed a loyal customer following among professional, commercial, and private pilots.
Lightspeed also creates shared values with both employees and customers by generously participating in corporate charity matching programs and through its funding of the LightspeedAviation.com/Orlandon, which supports growth and compassion-related causes with an aviation focus.