McMahan Named WAC Lighting's General Manager

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.-James McMahan has been appointed general manager and vice president at WAC Lighting, where he will initially be responsible for overseeing marketing.

The company said in a statement that it plans for McMahan to manage all of its business operations by year's end.

He joins the company after 21 years with Schonbek Lighting Worldwide, where he held such positions as director of marketing communications, chief financial officer and director of sales and marketing.

"Jim is an intelligent, methodical and caring executive," said Shelley Wang, president, WAC Lighting. "I am confident that his wide experience in various disciplines and his reputation for dedication will help us grow our business. We invite our friends and colleagues to reach out and welcome him to our WAC Lighting family."

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