The ETC product catalog is dead.
Or is it? We hear a lot of conflicting opinions on how our product catalog is used - if it's used at all - from our dealers.
We hear the catalog referred to as a "gift" that sales people feel compelled to leave behind when they visit a customer.
We hear the catalog is the first place someone goes when they want to know about an ETC product.
We hear the catalog is the last place someone goes when they want to know about an ETC product.
But we're feeling like we need to get some opinions from the people who are buying and using lighting products every day. We don't want to do a survey, we just want to have a little dialogue.
So here's the deal: post a comment (or multiple) that addresses one of the following questions. On September 10, I'll pick five random commenters to receive some ETC SWAG (a t-shirt and something extra). Your comments need not be "positive" or "pro-ETC" to be eligible for SWAG, but they should be on-topic.
Q: If you've seen an ETC product catalog over the last few years, how did you use it?
Q: If you've found the ETC product catalog to serve a particular purpose for you, what is that purpose?
Q: What is it about the ETC product catalog that makes it useful, or useless, to you?
Q: If you could change one thing about the ETC product catalog, what would it be?