FRISCO, Texas, Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Light Engine Design Corp. (OTC: TLED) subsidiary, Curtis Mathes Grow Lights, Inc. (CMGL), has secured a distribution center in Raleigh, North Carolina to more expeditiously serve commercial and retail horticultural clients. CMGL’s award-winning, ETL-certified Harvester® utilizes a proprietary phosphor for a true full spectrum delivery that is equipped with supplemental red LEDs to ensure the highest quality and maximum yields for flowering plants.  Harvester® LEDs also feature specialized optics to tighten delivery and concentrate more photons on the target crop.

“With the emergence of CMGL’s expanded affiliate and online retail programs, having a centralized distribution center with locations in both Texas and North Carolina will greatly reduce the time needed to get Harvesters® to our horticultural clients,” remarked Robert Manes, CMGL’s COO, “We currently have clients producing north of 1.6g/W using the Harvester® and now we have the ability to facilitate this level of performance to new clients faster than ever before; it’s a very exciting time for us.”

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