Meyda Lighting Appoints Cohen New England Sales Manager

Max CohenMax Cohen

YORKVILLE, N.Y.-Meyda Lighting has appointed Max Cohen to the additional post of New England area sales manager, where he will work closely with lighting showrooms, electrical distributors and specifiers throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. He will service all customers in the region and help create complete custom and decorative lighting programs. He will also continue to serve as sales manager of upstate New York and Meyda's factory showroom here.

Cohen has worked with the company for the past six years, offering sales support in the factory showroom and special projects as well as representing the company at national trade shows. He has also been featured on regional television shows that cover trends in lighting, home decorating, interior design and other related topics.

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