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Current Expands Partnership With Bell & McCoy

Starting September 1, Bell & McCoy Lighting and Controls will represent Current™ in the Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Western Tennessee, and Alabama-Florida-Mississippi Panhandle markets for the HLI Brands and GLI Roadway Portfolios (GLI Roadway Portfolio is excluded from Alabama-Florida). This partnership expands upon Bell & McCoy’s representation of Current’s GLI Brands Portfolio in Texas and Oklahoma.

“This has come full circle for us. We started our lighting business 17 years ago with Hubbell in Houston,” notes Bell & McCoy owner Chris Coursey. “Joining the forces of our independent brands with Current enables us to take best-in-class Indoor Lighting, Outdoor Lighting and Lighting Controls to the market. This will provide fuel to invest in growing our Bell & McCoy family and continued expansion across the market.”

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