places high on Fortune Magazine Inner City 100 list

Company also featured on Inc. 5,000 list

Lamps.comPHILADELPHIA, Pa. –, an e-tailer of indoor and outdoor lights, was recently named No. 2 on Fortune Magazine’s Inner City 100 list.

The list, revealed in mid-September, was presented in cooperation between Fortune Magazine and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and serves to highlight companies exhibiting great growth and success within America’s larger inner city business environments. The full list can be viewed on the Fortune website.

The recognition is something the executive team has strived for over the past several years. CEO Anthony Balsamo says, “It’s an exciting time at, and I’m proud to lead a team that has achieved such an honorable recognition on a national level.”

Offering a wide variety of lighting options, prides themselves on offering to its customers a stylish selection of light fixtures through personalized service. recognizes that finding the perfect light can be a challenge; and it offers free, one-on-one design consults which take the challenge out of searching. Driven by a set of core standards including the need to display humility and to constantly evolve, is proud of the workplace environment it has created over the past several years.

In addition to being named No. 2 on the Inner City 100 list, was highlighted on the Inc. 5,000 list and has been named one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine.

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