PRG’s Sky-Trackers caused quite a commotion in late October, when locals mistook their powerful search beams for eerie Alien lights, others thought they were laser beams coming from the Westlife concert at nearby Wembley. The Police even stated the lights were caused by people playing with powerful torches. The lights even made it into the local paper, in an article entitled: ‘Alien lights in the night a prank–or the real thing?’

Sky-Trackers are a powerful, moving multiple beam searchlight with the capability of creating spectacular aerial lighting effects. With its fixed program of constant motion and changing beam angles, the Sky-Tracker becomes an unmistakable landmark, and on Thursday 14th Papas John’s in Northwood Hills used them outside their new pizza delivery store to draw the crowds, and draw the crowds they did.

"We feel that the Sky-Tracker is an ideal way to create awareness of our new stores. They proved so successful in Northwood Hills, Middlesex, that we are using them again on Thursday 21st at our new Papa John’s store on Mandeville Road, Northolt," says Carl Tiffin from Papa John’s. "They certainly let people know that we are in town and open for business. I am sure we will be using them for all future openings in the coming year."

Available to hire exclusively from PRG Europe, the Sky-Tracker is made up of 4 heads, each with a 2kW beam which is the equivalent of 195,000,000 candlepower per beam.

"The units are regularly seen at the Oscars….Recently we supplied Sky-Trackers to the film premier of Alfie starring Jude Law," comments James Barnfather, account manager for PRG Europe. "Due to the ease of transport and operation, we are constantly finding new markets including weddings and businesses like Papa John’s who want to make a statement about their new project and add a touch of Hollywood glamour to an opening night!"

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