LSI Industries enthusiastically introduces four new additions to its ever-expanding team of seasoned Lighting Solutions Sales professionals.
|Jaret Goforth has been
Regional Sales Manager for the North Central United States for
Commercial & Industrial segment. He will be responsible for managing
developing key accounts with LSI agencies in the states of CO, IA,
KS, MN, MO, ND, NE, SD, WI and WY. Goforth comes to LSI with a
background in the C&I lighting industry and has held prominent
within WESCO, Philips and GE.
|Tyson Swank has joined LSI's Commercial
Sales Team as Regional Sales Manager for the Midwest. He
responsible for managing and developing key accounts with LSI
agencies in the states of IN, KY, MI, OH, PA and WV. Swank built
background in the C&I lighting through prior experience in
positions within Eaton-Cooper and GE. His proven ability to
long-term relationships and interact with agents and clients
will make him
a great asset to LSI.
|Chris Czech has
become LSI Lighting
Solutions newest Regional Sales Manager for the
He will be responsible for managing and developing
key accounts with LSI
West Coast agents Boston McDermott and Rocky Mountain
Rep Agency. His
strong background is in the petroleum industry where he
has worked with
PEI distributors and sold LSI product in past positions.
familiarity with LSI product lines and natural ability to
business relationships make him a valued addition to the
|Randy Kimmel joins LSI as the
Director of Renovation Sales for the C&I segment. He has over 30
the lighting industry, 20 of which were in agency and corporate
Acuity, Director of Government and Sr. Energy Specialist at
most recently VP of Agency and Energy Sales for Revolution
Technologies. Kimmel has an excellent track record for both driving
supporting customer requirements. His valuable skill set will
support the growth of LSI's renovation channel.
and Kimmel report to Pat Gee, VP of C&I Sales. Czech
reports to Jordan
Spychala, VP of Niche/Petroleum Sales. Please extend a
warm welcome to this
top talent that makes up part of "the new LSI."