Evans Becomes Eastern Division Manager at E.L.K.

Jason EvansJason Evans

NESQUEHONING, Pa.-E.L.K. Lighting Group has named Jason Evans to the position of eastern division manager, reporting to James Ashley, vice president of sales and marketing.

Among Evans' duties will be managing the lighting showroom sales force in the eastern U.S. and implementing sales programs across the company's brands: E.L.K. Lighting, Landmark Lighting, Sterling Industries, Bailey Street, Nulco Lighting, Artistic Lighting & Design and Dimond.

Before joining the company, Evans spent the past 12 years in a variety of positions with Hunter Fan Company and Casablanca Fan Company, where he created partnerships with showrooms and managed manufacturer representatives.

Evans will maintain offices in North Carolina and Pennsylvania to better serve the Eastern accounts. In the last year, E.L.K. has opened additional offices in Dallas and Portland to align with its strategy of providing regionalized support tailored to the local marketplaces.

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