Universal Lighting Technologies Adds Sales Manager for Southeastern U.S.

An electrical engineer by training, Mark Hobart has some two decades of experience in the lighting industry, most of it in sales.

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Nashville, Tennessee-based Universal Lighting Technologies, a supplier of LED lighting for a variety of applications, announces the hiring of Mark Hobart as regional sales manager for the Southeastern U.S.

In his new role Hobart will work directly with facility managers, distributor teams and agents to grow Universal’s range of lighting solutions. As the regional sales manager, he will be responsible for the company’s growth in states including Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

Hobart brings more than two decades of lighting experience to the company from a variety of lighting roles, such as regional project sales manager, national account manager and senior sales executive. As an electrical engineer with a diverse and comprehensive sales background, he has a strong technical understanding, combined with practical hands-on demonstrated capabilities throughout his career, producing measurable and effective results.

“We have made substantial progress with our LED retrofit market. As a result the strategy requires additional support, and we are pleased to add Mark to our already strong sales bench,” says Eric Schlechtweg, director of East Coast sales for Universal. “With a comprehensive knowledge of LED lighting and the experience necessary to successfully manage LED retrofit projects, Mark is the complete package. His sales abilities and firsthand experience will ensure our agents and distributors are well informed with every tool and resource needed to pursue LED opportunities.”

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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