Free Multi-color Star Upgrade for Star Panel Customers - and some Trivia

Some Fargo movie trivia for ya. 'Cause it's cold, don'tcha know. True or False:
  1. None of the scenes were actually filmed in Fargo.
  2. The wood chipper is now on display at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center.
Scroll down for the answers!

Reminder: Free multi-color stars upgrade for star panel customers for a limited time only. is excited to announce the addition of RGBW LED technology to our CineStarPanel brand of fiber optic star ceiling panels. This means that in addition to the natural white stars, you now have the added feature of multi-colored stars with our Bluetooth controller. You can set the stars to a specific color, or set it to fade from color to color, adjusting the speed and intensity of the fade process. We've also made our new control boards capable of both Android and Apple iOS control so you can choose your controller app option and switch at any time.

We're offering this upgrade free of charge until February 1st, 2020, as an introductory special. So not only do you get the advanced natural white star ceilings that we've become known for over the last 15 years, but you also get the multi-color star upgrade and both Android and Apple control free of charge through the end of January 2020 (with controller purchase) - plus the Bluetooth control apps for both formats are also included free of charge. Contact us, or call toll free 866-243-1001, for complete details and to get your star ceiling proposal today.*

*Star Panel(s) and controller must be purchased before 02-01-20 to qualify for this introductory offer.

For a brief overview of our Star Panels and these new features please visit For more complete info, visit our Star Panel devoted site, Or, as always, please feel free to contact us, or call us toll free 866-243-1001.

CineTrivia Answers:

Both of the answers are TRUE. None of the scenes in the movie were actually filmed in Fargo, and the woodchipper reportedly resides in Fargo's visitor's center. What a welcome!
A bonus bit of trivia: Did you know that the movie was almost called "Brainerd" after another wintery town in the area? The Coens thought "Fargo" sounded better.
Thanks for playing!