Employing experienced business development executive
Online PR News – 24-February-2009 – – Ted Stouch, Chief Executive Officer of Action National Sign & Lighting, a leader in providing sign & lighting services and solutions throughout multiple industries, announced today that Augie Lombardo has joined the company as the Director of Business Development. In this position, Lombardo will develop strategies, create operational plans and implement new business focuses.
Augie brings over 28 years of executive level management experience to Action National Sign & Lighting, most recently as founding partner and Vice President of Sterling & Locke Inc. a small business consulting corporation. In previous work experiences, Mr. Lombardo has created inventory and distribution systems for companies with up to 350 stores. As a Senior Project Manager, Mr. Lombardo analyzed business problems and recommended solutions for client companies such as K Mart, Nestle, Pet Smart, Circle K, and Duraflame. He dealt directly with chief executives and key decision makers for the companies successfully assisting them with their advertising, distribution, purchasing and allocation decisions. Mr. Lombardo holds a BA from DeSales University and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.
“Augie is a ‘hands on’ executive who has consistently proven to be a tenacious planner and strategic business analyst,” said Stouch. “He has extensive experience with national accounts and his accomplishments are exceptional. We are pleased to have Augie apart of our team as Action National Sign & Lighting continues to grow.”
About Action National Sign & Lighting:
Headquartered in Media, PA, Action National Sign & Lighting provides national services and solutions throughout multiple industries fulfilling brand identity and business lighting needs. Action offers energy-efficient lighting systems that are capable of maximizing lighting effectiveness while minimizing energy consumption. Actions’ services and solutions are designed to enhance brand image, improve safety and reduce energy consumption and costs without sacrificing the quality, look, feel and safety of facilities. For additional information, please visit the Action National Sign & Lighting website at www.callaction.com.