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First bank of new 49ers Stadium Lights Go Live in time for Super Bowl XLVII

Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) Lights New 49ers Santa Clara Stadium:

Electrical engineering and construction leader Cupertino Electric, Inc., (CEI) marked a major milestone on Thursday, January 31, 2013, by illuminating the first bank of NFL-regulation stadium lights at the future home of favored Super Bowl XLVII team, the San Francisco 49ers, in Santa Clara, Calif. The in-progress stadium will be light nightly until Tuesday, February, 5, 2013.

Electrical engineering and construction leader Cupertino Electric, Inc. marks a major milestone by illuminating the first bank of NFL-regulation stadium lights at the future home of favored Super Bowl XLVII team, the San Francisco 49ers, in Santa Clara, Calif.

Electrical engineering and construction leader Cupertino Electric, Inc. marks a major milestone by illuminating the first bank of NFL-regulation stadium lights at the future home of favored Super Bowl XLVII team, the San Francisco 49ers, in Santa Clara, Calif. (Cupertino Electric, Inc., Hawkeye Photography)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read more about the new Santa Clara, Calif. 49ers stadium project:

Santa Clara, new home to Super Bowl-bound 49ers, beaming with small-town pride

Mind-boggling statistics from 49ers stadium project

Live construction camera at http://newsantaclarastadium.com

About Sara Spivey

Sara Spivey is a social marketing strategist for Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI). As the “voice” of CEI on various social channels, Sara has more than tripled Cupertino Electric’s Facebook fans and Twitter followers in a nine-month period, and continues to grow the company’s leading content marketing program. In her current role, she has also spearheaded the creation of CEI’s SharePoint-based Intranet site from branding to implementation and user adoption. Sara attended San Jose State University where she studied magazine journalism and political science. She interned with the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism and worked as a Capitol Hill reporter focusing on environmental policy and climate change. In her spare time, she consults with entrepreneurs on social media and web development. She is also a former co-founder of Battledish (now Dishcrawl), a location-based foodie adventure game.