Kichler's Dross Promoted to Corporate Director, Education and Industry Trends

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CLEVELAND-With 36 years of lighting experience at Kichler, Jeffrey Dross has been named to the post of corporate director of education and industry trends. He will serve as the corporate trends analyst, media spokesperson and industry liaison, as well as expand the company's training efforts for sales representatives, customers, specifiers and other industry audiences.

"Jeff is a valuable contributor to Kichler's success, leadership and expansion," said Becky Ross, vice president of marketing, Kichler. "His expertise in industry trends and strategic thinking will continue to be an asset to our company and customers."

Dross began at the company in 1974 as a part-time drafter, and has since been involved in many facets of the business, most recently as a senior product manager for the company's systems products.

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