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Nora Lighting Appoints Chuck Vienna & Jack Helbert to Cover Ohio Area

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Nora 400x275August 19, 2022

California-based lighting manufacturer Nora Lighting has appointed Vienna Lighting & Jack Helbert of Ohio as showroom representatives for Ohio, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Chuck Vienna, CEO & President of Vienna Lighting, has extensive knowledge with indoor and outdoor lighting applications through his 32 years as a lighting representative.

Forty-year industry veteran Jack Helbert of Jack Helbert & Associates, based out of Dayton, Ohio, will represent Nora Lighting in Southern Ohio and Kentucky.

“This dynamic collaboration of seasoned sales professionals understands the latest LED products and knows how to meet the needs of their customers,” said Fred Farzan, CEO & President of Nora Lighting. “They bring expertise and commitment to our partnership as we continue to introduce innovative products to architectural, residential, and commercial markets. The entire team has many years of valuable experience in all facets of the lighting industry. They know products, trends, and have worked with an impressive customer base of designers, contractors, and distributors,” he added.

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