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Spectrum Industries Inc. Innovates All-New Sleek And Modern Lectern

Spectrum Industries Inc. Innovates All-New Sleek and Modern Lectern


CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI. March 6, 2019
– Spectrum Industries Inc. is proud to introduce its newest lectern, the SLIM Lectern.

The SLIM Lectern is Spectrum’s thinnest, sleekest, lectern that can convert any classroom into a lecture hall. Its two shelves can store and hold laptops, iPads, and other learning materials for seamless transitions from topic to topic. In addition, the SLIM Lectern features AV cutouts and rack units so that technology can simply be integrated.

“The SLIM Lectern is our newest lectern that is not only elegant, but includes the features our customers expect from us,” stated Mat Bresina, Spectrum’s Designer of the SLIM Lectern. “In addition, the SLIM Lectern’s optional slide in rack cube allows the customer to pack six RUs of AV equipment into a small, sleek lectern. There is no other compact lectern on the market that allows the user to include this much AV equipment.”

Spectrum’s newest lectern is available in a variety colors from Spectrum’s Expressions Line allowing you to match your slim, high profile designed lectern to your school’s colors. Its light weight, mobile body, features casters that provide flexibility in every classroom environment.

“The small footprint of the SLIM Lectern can fit into any classroom or speaking space,” Bresina stated.

About Spectrum Industries Inc.

Founded in 1968, Spectrum Industries is located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and is a premier niche furniture manufacturer. The high quality manufacturer has produced over 4,300 different products and can be found in any education, government, healthcare, or corporate setting.

Spectrum innovates lecterns, mobile carts, desks, collaboration tables, and makerspace furniture that connects the end-user with technology. All Spectrum products have been designed and manufactured with durability and quality for over 50 years.


Ashley Scott, Content Coordinator
Spectrum Industries Inc.