Dave Wheeless joins FSC Lighting regional sales force

Aug. 4, 2022
Twenty-plus-year lighting industry veteran with past roles at Hubbell and Cooper Lighting lands in Southern regional sales manager position.
  • FSC hires experienced lighting industry sales manager
  • Company expects to expand its customer base in Southern U.S.

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. -- FSC Lighting is pleased to announce Dave Wheeless as our new Southern Regional Sales Manager.

Wheeless comes to FSC with over 20+ years of industry experience. Most recently, from Hubbell Lighting where he held a variety of sales focused positions over a 14-year span. Prior to that he spent 9 years with Cooper Lighting.

“Dave is a great addition to our Sales team and is already hard at work for FSC,” said Jim Hunter, SVP of Sales and Marketing. “His industry knowledge and expertise make him especially valuable and integral to strengthening FSC’s presence in our Southern region.”

FSC Lighting’s President and CEO, Vincent Alonzi, stated, “We’re confident Dave will cultivate valuable partnerships. I look forward to seeing the opportunities he creates for FSC.”

“I am excited for this opportunity and ready to support FSC’s sales endeavors to the best of my abilities. FSC has great, quality products to offer as well as an extraordinary team to work with. I couldn’t be more appreciative of this opportunity,” said Wheeless.

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.


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