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GlowSkin Active Illumination powers Cartoon Network's 'Adult Swim' in US

MUMBAI: GlowSkin Active Illumination Technology manufacturer Safe Lites, LLC has announced that it has added animated illumination to the advertising billboards for Cartoon Network‘s Adult Swim in 14 markets throughout the US. This claims to be the largest such implementation in North America.


"Our goal with any Adult Swim ad campaign is to present something highly creative and completely unexpected," said Cartoon Network and Adult Swim senior vice president of marketing Dennis Adamovich. "This new GlowSkin technology captured our imaginations by providing a unique solution for infusing actual animation to a traditionally static billboard campaign. The result is an iconic, memorable presentation that should get people talking."



GlowSkin is Safe Lites‘ proprietary specification of industrial-grade electroluminescent (EL) lighting, which is a powered lighting system that glows, rather than shines, and is designed to stand up to harsh outdoor conditions while improving the visibility of vehicles, equipment, people, or nearly anything. The thin and flexible nature of GlowSkin, the fact that it requires minimal energy to power it, the ability to create GlowSkin in nearly any colour, size, and shape, and the safety elements designed into GlowSkin all make it an ideal technology for advertising and promotion applications, states an official release.


"In the two months since Safe Lites applied GlowSkin to the sides of light rail cars in Portland for Pentax Imaging, we have rolled out nearly 60 billboards across the US through the cooperation of dozens of organizations. We are proud to be working with Adult Swim, and the many OOH (Out of Home) Advertising organizations that are going to make this campaign a success for the late-night network‘s programming," said Safe Lites founder, chairman and CEO John Golle.

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