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FX Luminaire Expands National Sales Team

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Two members were added to cover the Mountain and Southeastern states.

| November 23, 2009

SAN MARCOS, Calif. –– Hunter Industries is proud to announce two additional members to its FX Luminaire sales team.

Earlier this year, Hunter announced its acquisition of FX Luminaire, makers of high quality, low voltage exterior lighting components.  For 18 years, FX has utilized a dynamic, driven sales force, taking a fledgling company built by founder Josh Beadle and bringing it to the forefront of a competitive industry.  And with the new LED-based line of lighting, the highly efficient Lumineux, the team is now equipped with the most advanced and forward-thinking products to meet the volatile demands of an ever-changing market.

In continuing with Hunter’s three decades of premiere customer service and knowledgeable staff, newly appointed Sales and Marketing Manager of FX Luminaire, Kevin Gordon, recruited a strong group of experienced industry professionals to join the team.  The two newest members include Laurel Madden, covering the Mountain states, and Will Irvin, covering the Southeastern states (excluding Florida).

Laurel joins FX with 10 years of landscape industry experience, most recently serving six years with a major exterior lighting company. In 2000, he was awarded Toro’s Irrigation Salesperson of the Year, and is a member of the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado Board of Directors. He currently resides in Aurora, Colorado.

Will brings nine years of industry experience to the FX team. He received his Bachelor of Arts in public administration from the University of Tennessee and currently resides in the state in the town of Signal Mountain.

 


 

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