RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. -- FSC Lighting expands sales team with the addition of Chris Veira as our Western Regional Sales Manager.
Veira will help maximize positioning of FSC products while building valuable relationships throughout our western rep network.
“I am thrilled to welcome Chris to our FSC family.” remarked Jim Hunter, FSC’s SVP of Sales and Marketing. “We are dedicated to advancing FSC’s product positioning and it’s critical to have talented team members like Chris on board in order for us to achieve our goals.”
Chris Veira previously worked with Phillips Lighting and Fulham Co, in roles that fully encompassed the scope of lighting sales. He offers a vast understanding of our industry and proven ability to provide support and solutions to clients.
“When you have been with one company for over six years it’s always hard to say goodbye, but I am very excited to be joining a new family with FSC! I am truly looking forward to connecting with our agents and distributors so we can create mutual success,” said Veira.
“We are delighted to have Chris on board and look forward to seeing him excel in this role.” said Vincent Alonzi, President and CEO of FSC Lighting. “With the recent hiring of Ronn Koehler, our Central Regional Sales Manager, and Chris’ hiring, we are able to offer our clients more attentive support to help meet their needs.”
About FSC Lighting
FSC Lighting (“FSC”), (www.fsclighting.com), founded in 1969 and headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, manufactures customized, energy-efficient lighting solutions for industrial, commercial, and retail clients across the country. Products can be quickly customized for lighting retrofit projects as well as new construction. FSC’s continued success stems from its mission - “go beyond efficiency” at every level. This means providing comprehensive product support, fast and cost-efficient customization, advanced controls, and innovative, application-specific lighting solutions for clients. For employees and the community at large, going beyond efficiency means building a supportive, stable, and empowering work environment- like the company’s “Made With Care” program, which integrates developmentally-disabled adults into the workforce.