Amerlux Promotes Director of Specification Sales

by Katie Lee

Oakland, N.J. — Amerlux has promoted Tracie Jahn to director of specification sales. Jahn previously served as West Coast regional director for the company and will now report directly to Chuck Campagna, CEO/president, and Ted Des Enfants, vice president of sales.

Jahn is responsible for working with key specifiers across North America, educating architects, lighting designers, developers and construction specifiers on the vast lighting capabilities of Amerlux and its ability to provide lighting solutions for nearly every situation. She will be working closely with an inside sales team, sales agencies and product development personnel to provide the company’s broad lighting capabilities which include customization, value engineering, upgrading designs, and doing whatever is needed to make a project great.

“Tracie has demonstrated a substantial track record in specification sales during the past 4 years and she is now in charge of building long term lighting partnerships with all of our specifiers throughout the continent,” says Campagna.

As West Coast regional director, Jahn tripled her territory sales in less than 2 years. She also served as specification salesperson for Lightolier and held sales positions for Nancy Corzine, a very prestigious interior design, furnishings and textiles company involved in very high-end residential projects, hotels and art galleries. Jahn also worked in sales for Walters Wholesale Electric, a group of electrical distributors in Southern California.

Amerlux LLC manufactures a broad array of optically superior, energy-efficient lighting solutions for the retail, supermarket, hospitality, commercial and exterior lighting markets. Amerlux products and services include track lighting, recessed downlighting and multiples, pendants, linear systems and custom lighting solutions, as well as support for energy reduction plans that can be used as a guide to state, city and local utility rebate programs for maximum energy savings and utility incentives.

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