SIM2 to Launch SUPERLUMIS at Los Angeles Road Show Event

August 20, 2013
After successful stops in the UK, Miami, and most recently, Hong Kong, the 2013 SIM2 World Road Show is coming to Los Angeles August 21-22.
2013 SIM2 World Road Show.

This exclusive event—accessible by invitation only to SIM2’s valued business partners—will be held at the prestigious Actors Center of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, and will mark the world launch of the SUPERLUMIS, a new benchmark for SIM2.

“The 2013 Road Show to date has far exceeded our expectations, and given our strong market position on the West Coast, we have high expectations for these next few days as well,” said Maurizio Cini, CEO and president of SIM2. “This event marks a special moment for SIM2, with the world launch of the new SUPERLUMIS. What better place to announce the evolution of the award-winning LUMIS Series than in the heart of Hollywood?”
Created with the objective of outlining SIM2’s strategy for the CI market and unveiling some of the main technological developments planned for the next few years, the 2013 Road Show offers its key partners unprecedented access to products, information, and new business opportunities.

These events provide an opportunity to enjoy a hands-on demo experience with the latest SIM2 projectors—products that not only represent state-of-the-art technology but means for a successful business. In addition to the SUPERLUMIS, the event will feature the 4K CINEMAQUATTRO, the superbright SIRIO, the award-winning M.150, and the limited edition, ultra-exclusive FUORISERIE projectors.

The U.S. portion of the tour concludes September 4-5, in the Penthouse of the Waldorf Astoria, in New York City.

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