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Is it just us or are things getting a bit brighter since tickets for our dream home go on sale in ONE WEEK? If that’s not the reason, then maybe it’s the fact that we got to chat with the Red Deer Lighting man himself, Ryan Phillip. Not only have they supplied this year’s home with beautiful lighting but they also play a huge role in creating a greater Red Deer community. Check out our latest sponsor interview to learn more.

Company Background

Red Deer Lighting is celebrating our 30th year in business in Red Deer in 2017. They are a family owned and operated Lighting store located on the busy south end of Red Deer and their Slogan is “First in Fashion lighting”.

How you are supporting this year’s Kinsmen Dream Home

“We have supported the kinsmen dream home every year. We find the kinsmen is a group that helps out everyone and not just one specific cause. We are once again donating the Lights to the house to support what the Red Deer Kinsmen do in this amazing community.”

What it means for Red Deer Lighting to be actively involved in the community

“If it wasn’t for the community we would not be here. The people of Red Deer and Central Alberta are the one’s who support us and we like to give back to support our fellow community.”

What’s something about Red Deer Lighting that people might not know about? and are there any memorable stories that you want to share regarding Red Deer Lighting and its involvement with the Red Deer Community?

“Red Deer Lighting loves giving back to the community, some of our charitable work involves Kinsmen club of Red Deer, Kinette club of Red Deer, Red Deer Hospice, Red Deer Food Bank, Stars Air Ambulance, Fort McMurray Fire and more. We are part of a buying cooperative which puts us as the third largest buying group in North America right after Home Depot and Lowes. With this buying cooperative, we can offer our customers bigger discounts that you will not find elsewhere.”

Thanks, Ryan, for taking the time to showcase what makes Red Deer Lighting so important to our community and all the amazing efforts you put forth into building a better Red Deer. To learn more about Red Deer Lighting, visit their website and follow them on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.