Social Lights, a new light rental business offering large lighted customizable marquee letters, numbers, and symbols is launching its services for events in Mansfield and surrounding areas.
“These marquee lights can take an event to the next level as well as offer amazing photo opportunities.” said Mike Emory, Social Lights co-owner. “Lighted letters bring a bright wow factor to any personal or corporate event,” he adds.
Co-owner Kristy Emory was drawn to starting Social Lights after seeing an event post on social media while planning a 2022 graduation party for her family. By parlaying her 20 plus years’ experience in marketing and business entrepreneurship in the local community she and her husband decided to offer a way to fill the local need for a marquee letter rental service. In addition to servicing the Mansfield area, Social Lights is also able to deliver to locations in Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, Burleson, Midlothian and surrounding areas.
"This is a great opportunity to get more involved in our community and help make events and parties extra special to create lasting memories,” she said.
Since opening in early 2023, Social Lights has lit up a number of occasions, including a local Tim Tebow Night To Shine event where they provided “PROM” letters on stage to promote the night as well as providing lighted "BLACK HISTORY" letters at a Crowley ISD student event honoring Black History Month.
For more information and to view some of the marquee lights in person visit them at their pop up at Twisted
Southern Roots Boutique, 200 W. Oak St., during the World’s Only St. Paddy’s Pickle Parade on March 18.
Social Lights is already taking reservations for the 2023 party & wedding season and encourages anyone looking to rent their marquee letters for a wedding or another event to reach out as soon as possible to ensure availability.
Inquiries and bookings can be made now through their website or a DM on Facebook-@sociallights or Instagram-@sociallightstx.
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