W.A.C. Lighting, Garden City, N.Y., announced its annual Sales Rep Awards during its national sales meeting at the International Lighting Market in Dallas.

The “Rep of the Year” award was presented to Carlos Leon, who represents the line in Puerto Rico and southern Florida.

The award for “Best Market Penetration” went to Armenta & Associates, which represents W.A.C. Lighting throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

Gary Hessel & Associates, which represents the lighting manufacturer in Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, received the award for the “Highest Sales Percentage Increase.”

The following sales agencies were also recognized with sales achievement awards: Ed Rose & Associates, representing the line in the New York metro area; R. Saul & Associates, marketing the line throughout northern/central Florida and Georgia; JPS Associates, which represents W.A.C. Lighting in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and southern Nevada; Gary Hessel & Associates; Carlos Leon & Associates; Tim Schaefer & Associates, representing W.A.C. Lighting in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania; Richard Enterprises, which reps for the company throughout New England; Armenta & Associates; and R.R. Howell & Co., with most areas in Texas.

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