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EXECUTIVES OF INTERSOURCE TECHNOLOGIES, DEVELOPER OF THE NEW ELECTRONIC LIGHT BULB (E-LAMP) TO MEET WITH NEWS MEDIA, NOV. 5

 EXECUTIVES OF INTERSOURCE TECHNOLOGIES, DEVELOPER OF THE NEW ELECTRONIC LIGHT BULB (E-LAMP) TO MEET WITH NEWS MEDIA, NOV. 5
 WHAT: Press conference, featuring the new 20,000-hour electronic light bulb (E-Lamp(TM)) for the first time in the Midwest.
 WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 5
 10 a.m.
 WHERE: Hyatt Regency O'Hare
 WHO: Former president of the California Public Utilities Commission Stanley W. Hulett, now chairman of Intersource Technologies, developer of the E-Lamp.
 WHY: Show E-Lamp technology to Midwest utility executives and news media as part of Demand Side Management seminar, sponsored by Intersource Technologies.
 CONTACT: Intersource Corporate Relations, 213-850-8017.
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