Sea Gull Lighting Promotes Pete Gamber to Central Region Sales Manager

Sea Gull Lighting, one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of decorative and functional lighting for residential, commercial and architectural applications, has promoted Pete Gamber to the incremental position of Central Region Sales Manager.

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Sea Gull Lighting has promoted Pete Gamber to Central Region Manager

By adding another region to our US coverage area, this will enable our sales managers to work more closely to—and spend more time with—our reps and customers to provide the best service. - Sea Gull Lighting President Matt Vollmer.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 24, 2013

Sea Gull Lighting, one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of decorative and functional lighting for residential, commercial and architectural applications, has promoted Pete Gamber to the incremental position of Central Region Sales Manager.

His territory will be Alabama, Arkansas, northwest Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, east Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Travis Wilcox remains Sea Gull Lighting’s West Region Sales Manager, and Keith Conley continues as the brand’s East Region Sales Manager.

“By adding another region to our US coverage area, this will enable our sales managers to work more closely to—and spend more time with—our reps and customers to provide the best service,” said Sea Gull Lighting President Matt Vollmer. “Pete has been with us for several years in varying roles and has gathered a good deal of experience working in our sales channels. This is a well-deserved promotion.”

Gamber started with Sea Gull Lighting more than 11 years ago and has experience with the company as a rep and in builder sales. Before that, he was with Brooks Associates as a commercial lighting sales rep and previously with Central Light Company.

Gamber served his country for four years in the Navy in both Naval Intelligence and on the USS Ranger aircraft carrier. He lives in Cincinnati and has two sons, Cory and Ryan.


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