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Access Lighting Hires New National Sales Manager

Irvine, Calif.-based lighting manufacturer Access Lighting has appointed Greg Sharp as National Sales Manager. In this role, he will be responsible for driving Access Lighting’s omnichannel sales initiatives.

Sharp has 30 years of experience in the industry with a background in commercial and residential lighting, including tenure as an independent sale representative and as OEM Sales Manager and President of a landscape lighting contractor and design company.

“With his deep industry experience, Greg understands the needs of our customers, from end users to agents. He is a great addition to the team and will be a tremendous asset to our customers and channel partners,” states Janine Segal, Access Lighting’s CEO. “He is skilled in developing client relationships in applications such as residential builders, commercial property, lighting showrooms, multi-family housing, commercial facilities and manufacturers.”

Segal notes that Sharp has represented Access Lighting previously,  adding, “so he’s seen our growth through new and custom product introductions. He joined at the perfect time to promote our 2024 Winter Collection release.”

Sharp is also a veteran of the U.S. Air Force having served during the first Gulf War – Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He can be reached at gregs@accesslighting.com.

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