Access Lighting Hires Don Smith, Promotes Justin Kennedy

Smith and Kennedy will manage Access Lighting’s residential and commercial bricks-and-mortar sales efforts throughout the United States and Canada.

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Access Lighting has hired Don L. Smith as its National Sales Manager-Western Region. In addition, in recognition of his contributions to Access Lighting’s success, Justin Kennedy has been promoted to National Sales Manager-Eastern Region.

Smith and Kennedy will manage Access Lighting’s residential and commercial bricks-and-mortar sales efforts throughout the United States and Canada. The duo will also be key members of the company’s marketing and product development teams.

Smith comes to Access with a lifetime of experience in the industry including product design, operations and management for his lighting manufacturing company, Traditions Design Group, working as an independent sales representative for RMC & Assoc. and the last 15 years as a National Sales Manager at The Minka Group. Kennedy joined Access Lighting in 2013, bringing his extensive experience from Progressive Lighting/Savoy House and Alico Lighting.

“We are thrilled to have Don joining our team and believe he will be a wonderful addition,” said Harry Rosenblatt, President and wwner of Access Lighting. Rosenblatt further commented that “Access Lighting prides itself on employing knowledgeable, energetic, hard-working individuals that focus on delivering the best for our customers — characteristics that describe Don perfectly.” On Kennedy’s promotion, Rosenblatt stated, “Since joining Access Lighting, Justin has made countless valuable contributions and repeatedly taken on greater responsibility, and we are delighted to be able to recognize his efforts with this well-deserved promotion.”

 ]“I am excited to join Access Lighting," Smith says. "They have an exceptional reputation for integrity, service, and innovative products. I look forward to working with the team to further develop and promote the Access Lighting product line, strengthen and grow its valued business relationships, and continue to move Access Lighting to the next level.”

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