Barn Light Electric Featured On WUCF

By  //  June 12, 2014

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Emmy Award-winning magazine show “ONE”

ABOVE VIDEO: Barn Light Electric owner Bryan Scott describes how his passion for taking old barn lights and bringing them back into production in the United States has created a unique company with a loyal following with customers around the globe.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA — Barn Light Electric, one of Brevard County’s bright spots of manufacturing success, will was featured on the Emmy Award-winning magazine show “ONE” on WUCF, Orlando’s public television station.

Barn Light Electric owner Bryan Scott describes how his passion for taking old barn lights and bringing them back into production in the United States has created a unique company with a loyal following with customers around the globe. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Barn Light Electric founder and owner Bryan Scott describes how his passion for taking old barn lights and bringing them back into production in the United States has created a unique company with a loyal following with customers around the globe. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

The episode, featuring Barn Light Electric, took viewers on a tour through the manufacturing plant in Titusville where employees hand craft light fixtures, then paint, assemble, and ship them to customers around the world.

They also heard owner Bryan Scott talk about how he built the company in six short years from a backyard hobby to become a leader in the vintage lighting industry.

Featured on CNBC’s 10 Cool U.S.A Made Gifts

Barn Light Electric company was also featured in CNBC’s special feature: “10 cool American-made gifts to give.”

Barn Light Electric [BarnLightElectric.com] expanded its product line to home decor, including the nesting bowl which CNBC showcased among its 10 items. CNBC’S description reads:

“Florida-based Barn Light Electric, which makes porcelain lighting (a rarity in the U.S.) also produces industrial home décor. One example is a 5-piece set of hand-spun, solid copper nesting bowls. The prepware includes a copper egg beating bowl, pudding bowl, dry goods mixing bowl, serving dish and a single serving bowl. These reactive bowls are preferred by chefs to whip eggs and prepare puddings and more. The bowls retail for around $450.

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Barn Light’s Nesting Bowl was featured on CNBC’s Top 10 American Made Gifts to Give

Founded by Titusville couple Bryan and Donna Scott, Barn Light Electric epitomizes the American dream. In five years, they’ve expanded an in-home operation to a multiple facility operation which employs more than 100 people in Brevard county.

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