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Lex Products Offers New Support for Behind the Scenes

logoNEW YORK — Lex Products is pledging a portion of the profits from the sales of their Bento box line to the Behind the Scenes charity. Bento boxes are Lex Products' smallest series of UL Listed boxes for distributing power or breaking out circuits. The ESTA Foundation’s Behind the Scenes program provides financial assistance to entertainment technology professionals who are seriously ill or injured.

More details from Behind the Scenes (http://www.estafoundation.org/bts.htm):

NEW YORK — Lex Products has stepped forward to support Behind the Scenes in 2013 by pledging a portion of the profits from the sales of their Bento box line to the charity. The Bento boxes are Lex Products' smallest series of UL Listed boxes for distributing power or breaking out circuits. Their compact size makes them ideal for tight space above the stage or for convenient use on location. Engineered thermoplastic construction make them a very durable fully insulated solution.

Bob Luther, President of Lex Products, said, “After hearing about the recent good work of Behind the Scenes at the Rock Our World Awards ceremony last fall, we decided to support this cause. Since we won a PLASA Members' Choice Award for the Bento PowerCon breakout box, we felt the Bento series would be a meaningful choice. We are happy to support this worthy cause this way.”

Rick Rudolph, Chair of the Behind the Scenes Committee, expressed the charity’s gratitude. “Lex Products has shown their support for Behind the Scenes in a variety of creative ways over the years. By joining the Pledge a Product campaign they are giving the gift that keeps on giving and providing a way for both their employees and customers to participate in their charitable work. We are thrilled they have chosen the award-winning Bento product line for this purpose and encourage other industry manufacturers to follow their example.”

The ESTA Foundation’s Behind the Scenes program provides financial assistance to entertainment technology professionals who are seriously ill or injured.



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