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Customers can now order the new series of Fantasy LED lamps on the company’s website.
IRVINE, Calif. – November 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Today, FENLO, a brand carried by Atamin, is announcing the sale of the next generation of advanced lighting technology. Featuring remote control functionality, gorgeous glass shelving, and integrated LED light modules, this shelf combines 30 years of experience into the ultimate lighting and display shelf solution.
Both models are available at www.shopfenlo.com for purchase.
At FENLO we believe that lighting should be as elegant as it is functional.
FENLO, a brand carried by Atamin, is based in Irvine, California, and was started by people obsessed with excellent lighting. The rooms in your home and the light that fills them are a big part of your life. Our memories are shaped by what illuminates them and the right lighting can define a moment, a space, or a memory. Our responsive customer service, eco-friendly materials, and luxurious designs, all come together to produce a world-class product.
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FENLO Announces the Next Generation of Dimmable LED Lamps
R.E.A.L. Black Women in Ministry Thrive Initiative, funded by the Lilly Endowment and co-sponsored by the Global Black Women’s Chamber of Commerce, will Honor ‘She-Roes’
WASHINGTON – November 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
Three hundred trailblazing Black women faith leaders from across the country will convene at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, this Friday, Dec. 2, 6-10 p.m. for a gala recognizing 20 outstanding “She-roes.” The event is part of an unprecedented effort to mentor emerging Black female clergy taking the reins of an almost exclusively male-led religious sector of American life.
Hosting the ceremony will be President Obama’s appointee, the Honorable (Reverend Dr.) Suzan D. Johnson Cook, the first woman and African-American to be Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. Dr. Cook was also the first woman president of the legendary Hampton Ministers’ Conference, a major association of Black clergy, denominations, and institutions. Now in her 40th year of ordained ministry, Ambassador Cook has dedicated this season of her work “not to retiring, but to inspiring.”
Among the honorees will be Turner Theological Seminary of Atlanta’s first African-American female president, Dr. Ammie L. Davis, the first Black woman to lead a Baptist missions agency, Dr. Gina Stewart, and the First Lady of the 1.3 million-member Full Gospel Movement, Elder Debra Morton.
Dr. Johnson Cook said, “You can’t keep good women down. The strength of their character, charisma, spirit, and intellect causes them to rise to the top. These women and the generations that will follow them constitute the soul of America. They are, in fact, the keepers of our country’s soul and conscience, and they inspire us all to rise to our very best, as they have done.”
Proceeds from the dinner will help establish the first-ever Women in Ministry Center on an HBCU campus, reflecting the objectives of Women on the World Stage, “leadership development for enhancing, empowering, equipping, and advancing women.”
The event invites reporters to attend.
To arrange interviews, contact Jeri Wright at 312-607-3848 or [email protected].
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