LITLYTE - Custom Spoon Lamps

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Uploaded by Raymond Tran in Windsor, Ontario
Region: Greater Essex County District School Board      Category: Arts, Culture and Tourism
School Name: Hon W.C Kennedy Collegiate Institute

LITLYTE is a business that creates beautiful, cost efficient lamps with plastic spoons.


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Some wise people used to say, that the best idea comes at night. But what does that mean? Get a lamp that costs over $70? But $70 is so expensive! Where do I start? It shouldn't be so complicated. Introducing, the LITLYTE. LITLYTE is a simple, beautiful, cost efficient lamp that lights up your room. Whether your studying, reading, or decorating your room- the LITLYTE is the perfect light for your home. For the price of 14.99, you have the choice to pick which LITLYTE represents your personality. Whether it be Glow Green, Rose Red, Paradise Pink, or Classic. After our launch on March 28, the LITLYTE had over $150 in sales within hours.We plan to expand our target market by reaching out from teens to youth in elementary schools so we can maximize revenue. With a wide range of experience, LITLYTE will reach their target market and goals with the guidance of our mentors. Judges that's where you can help. We need you to help us light up the world. So help us do that, one LITLYTE at a time.

1 Comment

David Kwok posted 2017-04-06 9:16am

This looks great, you should also look into applying for SAGE ( for their National Competition. To apply visit:


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