“We have seen the lights go up and down, we have seen a lot of interest, but there is no one that is really in a position to make these decisions,” said Joe Miller, owner of Miller Lighting in Brooklyn.
“It is going to be a challenge, and the best way to handle it is to be transparent with the people, and let them know where they can purchase the lights.”
Miller Lighting has more than 100 stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
It is owned by the city of Brooklyn.
According to the company, the lighting is designed to be used indoors, with a 30-degree angle.
The LED lights come in a range of colors including blue, green, red and yellow, and are controlled by a programmable LED light bar.
The bulbs can be used on both traditional Christmas lights, as well as new LED Strip Lighting, which uses a single LED strip that lights up the entire room.
“The lights are an affordable, easy-to-use, affordable option that will provide our customers with a much needed holiday lighting experience,” said Dan Atherton, senior vice president of business development at Miller Lighting.
Miller is the only company to offer a full range of LED lighting.
The company’s range of lights is based on the bulbs used by a typical home, with some LEDs available in the same color as the home itself.
LED lighting will be a welcome addition to many home décor and holiday decorations.
As of now, the company sells LED lights for the home and a limited number of strip lighting.
But, with the new holiday season, Miller said they expect to be able to offer all of the lights as a full line.
Some retailers have already expressed interest in offering the lights for sale, said Miller.
A number of companies are already experimenting with LED lighting, with Home Depot, Target and Staples offering their own products.
Meanwhile, the number of holiday lights sold each year will continue to increase.
About 1.5 million new lights will be sold in 2018 alone, said Atherson.
In 2017, Miller sold 3.3 million lights, according to Miller.