Thank you for spreading Blue Light for fallen NYS Trooper Nicholas Clark
L-Tron would like to thank all of the local businesses who participated in going blue on Friday, July 13th.
It was beautiful to see the blue light up and down main street in Victor. View images of the businesses here.
Here is a list of Victor, NY companies who put out a blue light to honor and remember Trooper Clark.
- Lovely Bride Rochester
- Lucca Wood-Fired Bistro
- The Salon at Sedona Place
- Canandaigua National Bank & Trust – Victor
- Pontillo’s Pizzeria
- Victor Tailoring and Dry Cleaning
- Anderson-VanHorne Associates
- State Farm
- Stumblin Monkey Brewing Company
- Austin Spencer Collision
- Victor Chamber of Commerce (for spreading the word)
- Two Kings Comics
- The Thirsty Turtle Sports Bar
- Prima Pop
- Ez Access MD (for wearing blue on Friday)
L-Tron is donating $10 to Trooper Clark’s family for each business that shined blue, for a grand total of $150. L-Tron would also like to thank their team for spreading the word throughout Rochester about the go blue campaign, with an all hands on deck approach. The team all wore blue in support, shared social media posts, and placed lights outside of their own homes. Remember. Honor. Support
About Trooper Clark
Trooper Nicholas Clark lived his 29 years to the fullest. He was a standout athlete in both high school and college. In high school, he was a two-time wrestling champion in New York State. He was a two-time All-American football star at Alfred University, earning numerous honors and becoming one of their most decorated players in program history. Clark joined the NYS Police in 2015 and put the community’s life before his own every day.
To Trooper Nicholas Clark, his family and friends, to his family in the thin blue line: We remember you. We appreciate you. We honor you.
L-Tron is proud to “Back the Blue” and support Troop E as well as Law Enforcement Officers everywhere. Let your blue light shine.
Share your Blue for Trooper Clark. Click here to read Hank’s article on how small gestures can mean big things.
Questions? Need a Blue Light or interested in donating?
Get in touch with the L-Tron team.