Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Home News Kichler hires national sales manager

Kichler hires national sales manager

Supplier News

Ron Devorsky will be responsible for sales in the company's dealer channel.

| December 12, 2013

CLEVELAND, Oh. – Kichler, a leading lighting manufacturer, is pleased to announce the hiring of Ron Devorsky as national sales manager. Devorsky will be responsible for the planning and execution of all sales strategies and programs in Kichler’s dealer channel.
 
Devorsky comes to Kichler after spending 24 years with Sherwin-Williams, most recently as the vice president of sales. He also held various leadership positions within Sherwin-Williams, including district general manager and vice president of marketing and new product development.
 
"Ron’s experience in sales management, retail store operations, and driving business to stores through trade professionals and end-user communities will be beneficial to Kichler’s dealer business," says Dave Pamer, Kichler’s vice president of sales. "In addition, Ron’s strategic thinking and innovative nature will be welcomed assets to the Kichler sales team."
 
Devorsky’s background includes sales, marketing and store operations across various market segments in North America. As Kichler’s national sales manager, Devorsky will be responsible for the development and advancement of Kichler’s sales force. 
 
Devorsky has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Hiram College and is a resident of Strongsville.

Top news

Kubota enters skid-steer market

The two models, introduced at its national dealer day, will be available in May of 2015. The company also announced three new zero-turn models.

EAB may have spread to different tree

The invasive pest appears to be attacking more than ash trees.

Tweets, winning, drinks!

The L&L and STIHL social media awards will recognize the best in the industry.

Shake your eight ball

We look at seven of the top concerns and trends facing landscapers as they face 2015.

Command your troops

When it comes to subcontracting, controlling the process can prevent an unwelcome customer defeat.

x