Great story about a small company making big fans. Forbes’ Karsten Strauss writes: Within a year of launching the HVLS Fan Co. back in 1999, Carey Smith began the process of changing the company’s name to Big Ass Fans .
With a name like Big Ass fans, you can imagine how much personality the people who represent our products at trade shows have! These fine folks are currently at PROMAT Chicago – Drop by booth 431 to say hi and show them some love!
The new polished aluminum Haiku®84 by Big Ass Fans® is a finalist for the 2014 Interior Design Best of Year Awards in the Accessories category. Winners will be announced at the annual gala Dec. 4 in New York City.
From the maker of Big Ass Fans comes Big Ass Light, an LED-based light for garages and other spaces in need of room-filling light. Big Ass Light offers solutions with 13,000 to 52,000 lumens and comes with a 7-year warranty.
Big Ass Fans does Las Vegas! Did you know that we can provide some pretty awesome solutions for bars and restaurants? We’re having a great time sharing these solutions at the Nightclub & Bar Trade Show.
Be honest – Did you think “helicopter” the first time you saw a Big Ass Fan? Evidently SS Airsoft did. They’ve added a new attack ‘copter to their battle zone and we think it’s pretty darned cool. Helicopter is up and running!
Being surrounded by clouds of auto exhaust in the Florida heat is no way to spend a work day. Gettel Hyundai of Lakewood knows what it takes to keep their mechanics healthy and productive – Big Ass Fans!
Big Ass Fans is building out a home automation ecosystem, now including Jawbone UP fitness devices. New Haiku fans with SenseME will be as big as Nest in the smart home, predicts CE Pro's Julie Jacobson.
Comfort goes high-tech! Big Ass Fans is thrilled to announce our Haiku with SenseME smart ceiling fan is a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree. We’ll pick up our trophy in January when we head to Las Vegas to exhibit at the 2015 International CES.
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