Jennifer Kirkpatrick Named Sales Director at American Lighting

Denver-based American Lighting has promoted Jennifer Kirkpatrick to Director of Sales. In this role, she will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and overseeing the company’s overall sales strategy for lighting showrooms, as well as for Proluxe and Prizm Lighting.

Jennifer has spent the past 10 years at American Lighting developing multiple sales channels throughout the company. She has been involved in project management, product development, marketing, rep management, and developing strategies for ongoing sales growth.

Jason Elrod, VP/Sales & Marketing said, “Since joining American Lighting in 2013, Jennifer has been a force for change and has been instrumental in the exponential growth of the company. American Lighting has had tremendous success in the Lighting Showroom and Custom Integration channel under her leadership, and we are extremely excited to see what she and her team are able to accomplish in the specification channel as she assumes the leadership role for Prizm Lighting.”

In addition to her sales responsibilities, Kirkpatrick pours her creativity into designing the popular American Lighting, Proluxe Lighting, and Prizm Lighting trade show booths. She also leads the design efforts for American Lighting’s showrooms in Denver and Dallas.

“I’m excited to take on this new role and contribute to the overall success of multiple sectors,” she stated. “During my time at American Lighting, I’ve seen the company grow into what it is today. We’ve gone from being a small linear lighting company to having several divisions that can provide out-of-the-box solutions, as well as complex, customized systems for both the residential and commercial market. I’m fortunate to be surrounded by so many talented people and can’t wait to see where the next 10 years takes us.”

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