New TRU-Vu Outdoor 32” Display: High Brightness & Water Resistant

 TRU-Vu Monitors is a leading provider of industrial-grade monitors and touch screens. They recently introduced a rugged outdoor 32” display ideal for use for inspection, marine, oil & gas sectors. Industrial and transportation industries.

This 32” weather resistant monitor features a rugged water resistant stainless steel enclosure. It is rated NEMA 4X on top and sides. This weather proof monitor will easily withstand the elements outdoors. For this reason, it is widely used in sports arenas, and nearly any industrial or food / beverage processing plant. The SRMHW-32R is a rugged, industrial-grade 32” Sunlight Readable Outdoor Display.

• Super-high visibility. With 1,500 nits brightness, this model is 5X brighter than standard screens. It is designed for use in direct sunlight. Full HD resolution and Anti- Reflective Glass ensures crystal clear images.
• Suitable for any environment. The corrosion-resistant, waterproof stainless steel enclosure withstands rain sleet and snow. It will operate in temperatures from 32° to +140°F.
• Rugged and reliable. Industrial-grade design, 24/7/365 operation, exclusive TRU-TUFF treatment for shock and vibration, and our full 3-year warranty ensure long-term reliable performance. Video Inputs: VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort.

For More Information, please contact:
Cindy Garland
TRU-Vu Monitors, Inc.
925 E. Rand Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004 USA
phone: 847-259-2344

About the Company:
TRU-Vu Monitors offers over 200 models of industrial-grade LCD monitors and touch screens. This includes Sunlight Readable, Medical-Grade, Zero-Bezel, Panel-mount and more. All monitors can also be modified or customized to meet your exact requirements. They are backed by a full 3-year warranty.

TRU-Vu Monitors, Inc.
Cindy Garland



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Canada – Outdoor Events Return at the Just For Laughs Festival in Mid-July

MONTRÉAL, July 15, 2021

Arts and culture inspire us and bring us together. They also strengthen our communities and boost our economy. Since March 2020, Canadians have had few opportunities to take part in arts and cultural gatherings due to closures or cancellations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many organizations have been under financial pressure. During these difficult times, the Government of Canada has been committed to supporting them.

It was in this context that the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, today announced Government of Canada funding to support the 39th edition of the Just For Laughs Festival.

Canadian Heritage funding of $1,700,000 over two years (2021 and 2022 editions) will be provided through the Canada Arts Presentation Fund. These funds will support the artistic programming of the Just For Laughs Festival. The event will offer the community a bilingual, cosmopolitan and extensive program both indoors (paid) and outdoors (free). Activities will take place in Place des Festivals and at several venues in the Quartier des spectacles.

On January 19, Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED) announced a non-repayable contribution of $1,300,000 for the Festival. CED’s support for 2020 and 2021, as part of the Quebec Economic Development Program, includes the development of products to diversify the brand, ensuring overall attractiveness of the event and the implementation of a marketing strategy on local and international markets.

“To the delight of everyone taking part, the 39th Just For Laughs/Juste pour rire Festival will be held in person this summer. This comedy festival holds a special place in the heart of our community. The event is a must-see, and we’re proud to contribute to such a rich lineup. Have a great festival!

—The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage 

“The tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, and our government is committed to supporting key stakeholders to ensure that they are ready to return to strength after the economic crisis caused by COVID-19. Naturally, we have been providing assistance since the beginning of this unprecedented situation with concrete measures, and we will support tourism as the health situation evolves. Today’s investments in Just For Laughs are part of our recovery plan, which relies on the support of tourism sector stakeholders so that we build back stronger and more resilient together.”

—The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Member of Parliament (Ahuntsic–Cartierville)

“We are extremely grateful for the support of the Government of Canada, which has given us a good energy boost just a few days before the opening of our event on July 15, but also for the next edition in 2022, which will mark our 40th anniversary. This token of confidence is very important for our teams, artists, artisans and the entire industry.”

—Charles Décarie, President and CEO, Just For Laughs Group

Camille Gagné-Raynauld

Press Secretary

Office of the Minister of Canadian Heritage

Media Relations

Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions