Streetsboro, OH – Venture Lighting International, a world leader in metal halide technology, is happy to announce that Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates is now representing them in the New England region. Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates joins a dynamic group of agents that represents Venture’s energy efficient and innovative line of products, systems and services.
“We are very excited to welcome the Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates organization to the Venture Lighting team,” said Stan Neese, National Sales Manager for Venture Lighting. “Vanguard/Yusen was selected to represent Venture because they are repeatedly recognized in the industry for providing the highest level of customer support, and, as a result, continue to successfully penetrate the market they serve. After discussions with the Vanguard/Yusen team, it became apparent that our teamwork philosophies matched, providing a winning combination in their territory.”
With locations in Connecticut and Massachsetts, Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates provides top-quality lighting solutions to Connecticut, Massachsetts and Rhode Island for a variety of applications. As Venture is excited to welcome this new agent, Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates has joined the Venture team with great energy and enthusiasm.
“Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates is extremely excited and proud to be selected as the New England representative of the most recognized, highest quality brand in the HID product category,” said Mike Pucillo, Outside Sales Representative for Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Sales. “Venture Lighting’s market leading lamps and wireless control technologies allow us to provide both unique and financially viable project solutions to our customers and serve as an outstanding complement to our overall product offering.”
To contact Vanguard Lighting/Yusen Associates, please visit www.vanguardlighting.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Venture Lighting products or services, please visit www.VentureLighting.com or call 800-451-2606.Tagged with tED