CM Buck & Associates to Rep GE Current

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November 4, 2021

People GE Current CM Buck and Associates 400x275Indianapolis-based lighting agency CM Buck & Associates, Inc. will now carry GE Current’s fixtures, LED lamps, and controls in the state of Indiana, but focus only on fixtures and controls in Kentucky. Founded in 1941, CM Buck offers power, lighting, controls, and OEM products from industry manufacturers.

“We are delighted to be partnering with CM Buck, as the agency is very selective, strategic, and forward-thinking,” said Stephen Van Meter, Area Manager at GE Current. “They have impressed us with their commitment to provide companies like ours with the highest level of service and devoted support; because they are continually investing in themselves as well, we believe their level of dedication to our lamp and fixture portfolios will be no different.”

CM Buck has expanded its reach to include the entirety of Indiana and Kentucky, which will help extend Current’s lighting products and solutions to businesses large and small throughout the two states.

“We are thrilled to partner with Current and their talented team,” said Clark Simpson, Lighting Division Manager at CM Buck. “Our group is eager to deliver their high-quality products through dedicated customer service. Along with our proud histories, CM Buck welcomes the opportunity to share in a successful alliance for years to come.”

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