HVCC Members are invited to submit and vote for Hurricane Valley businesses who they feel provide exceptional customer service, as well as extraordinary products and who are supportive of the community and Hurricane Valley Chamber. A company who does all that and more is
FX Industries, the February 2019 Business of the Month.
After 30 years of providing lighting designers with custom fabricated color filters, Special FX Lighting branched out to add a variety of related custom fabricated products to their offerings; powder coating, metal fabrication, and media blasting. They have rebranded their business as FX Industries with each division able to stand alone or to work in conjunction with the others to manufacture custom metal products.
Their light and custom metal products are manufactured to the highest standards. Their products are created in-house and they are constantly improving their own processes. FX Industries provides manufacturers, distributors, and designers with what is required for award-winning installations; expert quality, affordability, on-time product delivery, and outstanding customer service.
Special FX Lighting was founded in 1984 by the creative vision of Robin DuCrest, along with selected others who assisted with sales (Bill Lewis), coating development (Tia Sarsozo), business advice (Leon Lewis), marketing (Dann Hall), and Beth Lock, who did everything else. Beth has worked in the business after all of these years and currently runs the company today. Their second-generation management includes General Manager Wil DuCrest, who grew up with the company and officially went to full-time employment in 2007, and James Lee, who has been with Special FX for 18 years in various capacities and now holds the title of coatings manager and lead designer. It is with this new vision and leadership that they are proud to continue their specialty manufacturing traditions with FX Industries.
The Hurricane Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to recognize FX Industries as the February 2019 Business of the Month. They were honored at the HVCC luncheon meeting on Thursday, February 21st.