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New Product Spotlight: Spectrum Lecterns

Spectrum has taken the Inspiration Lectern and added a few changes we're sure you'll love!

Small, lightweight, and incredibly versatile, the Inspiration Plus is the ideal instructor lectern when space and budget money is at a premium. The Inspiration Plus’s clever design allows the presenter to be seated and still have leg room under the worksurface. It can be ordered in 36" or 42" heights to accommodate any setting and can be ordered in many different configurations to suit your needs. New rounded edges, sleek design, and color offerings finish out this budget-friendly lectern!


From Bare Bones to Fully Loaded with Features

This great, universal lectern also features excellent add-on options including:
• Custom Logo Panel Door
• Keyboard Tray
• Surround or Overbridge Worksurface • Flip-Up Shelves • Side Table • Presenter Side Door
Spectrum Expressions color options
Find out more about this newly redesigned lectern! http://ow.ly/4mVfl1

Meet Our Territory Managers! April Edition

One Wednesday each month we are featuring one of our Territory Managers. This month you have a chance to get to know Sue Emerson, Territory Manager of  Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming.

Sue enjoys meeting the friendly folks located in the vast West Coast territory that she manages for Spectrum. “Wherever I find myself, I’m always welcomed by amazing people,” she said.

Her customers appreciate that Spectrum is an American brand that produces extremely durable products with outstanding features like smart cable management. “Our mobile device storage and charging carts for Chromebooks, tablets and notebooks are remarkable," said Sue. "We have a cart for almost every device and class size. Our lecterns are also durable like the carts and have a phenomenal cable management system.”

Listening to customers is a business practice that Sue believes makes Spectrum tick. “We listen to our customers and incorporate their ideas into our new produc…

Exploring the Future - Safety and Skilled Trades

This past Monday, Spectrum hosted another Chippewa County Explorer Program (CCEP) event. The training this week, focused on safety and skilled trades in manufacturing, was led by Spectrum employees Tommy Xiong, Doug Maska, and Dave Kaduce.

Tommy Xiong discussed the next steps in the manufacturing process of the products the students began designing in previous sessions. The base portion of their product is wood, so Tommy showed video of how they make the wood board, from gluing, routering, sanding, and staining. Before the students were going to be able to get onto the manufacturing floor, Doug Maska, Spectrum’s Safety Manager, spoke to the students about the safety regulations that Spectrum has to follow and why that is important to the business.
With safety glasses on, the students then made their way to the laser on the manufacturing floor. Dave Kaduce showed them the program that was already set up with one of the student’s designs. The students were then able to see the laser in act…