Main Light, LLC, a preeminent dry hire rental partner, has recently added CHAUVET Professional’s Color STRIKE M LED strobe/wash luminaires to their offerings. These new units are already in stock in Main Light’s three shops—Main Light, East in Wilmington, DE, Main Light, South in Nashville, TN, and Main Light, West in Las Vegas, NV.
I can tell you that Main Light will not be going into productions and we’re not going to be doing installations. This is not going to be 4Wall 2.0. I know there’s a lot of people that believed when I bought Main Light that was my plan, but it wasn’t then and isn’t now. I bought Main Light specifically because it WAS a dry hire company, not in-spite of that fact.
Main Light, LLC, a preeminent dry hire rental partner, announces the appointment of Randy Mullican to Chief Executive Officer. Having been with Main Light for 27 years, most recently as General Manager, Mullican brings a deep understanding of the company and its proven dry hire business model.
Leading dry hire rental company Main Light, LLC have received their first inventory of High End Systems Lonestar automated luminaires, earmarked for their Wilmington, Nashville, and Las Vegas locations. The company invested in a significant number of Lonestar fixtures to service their rental customers in North America.
In early April 2022, Main Light, LLC, a preeminent dry hire rental partner, will be opening a new facility in Nashville, TN. The new 70,000 sq. ft. Main Light, South shop—under the direction of Main Light General Manager, Randy Mullican—will be located at 12630 Old Hickory Blvd, Antioch, TN. Locally, Main Light, South will be led by Rental Account Manager, Cathie Berbena Lloyd and Operations Manager, Jim Gregory. This will expand Main Light’s operations to a third location, joining Main Light, East in Wilmington, DE and Main Light, West in Las Vegas, NV.
The industry leader in dry hire rentals, Main Light has been supporting the industry for over 40 years and recently has undergone some big changes. When Aidas Gimbutas founded Main Light Industries, Inc. in 1981 as a lighting rental company, he probably didn’t see all the changes that would come—both in the industry and with his company.