Universal Lighting Technologies Announces Partnership with Specified Lighting Sales

June 20, 2018

Universal Lighting Technologies, a global leader in lighting and a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced a partnership with Clearwater, Florida based Specified Lighting Sales. The agency will represent Universal in the Tampa, Florida area, providing local distributors advanced LED and ballast retrofit and replacement solutions.

As a leading facilitator of commercial lighting installations and control systems, Specified Lighting Sales offers effective, efficient and sustainable lighting solutions for architects, engineers and designers. 

“Through this partnership, we are excited to take the next step in providing the Tampa area with innovative LED lighting products,” said Jeff Bristol, Eastern Regional Vice President, Distribution Sales for Universal Lighting Technologies. “Whether the projects are new construction or retrofit installations, Specified Lighting Sales has the deep industry and product knowledge necessary to educate and support electrical contractors with local and available inventory to meet their needs.”

 As a representative for Universal Lighting Technologies, Specified Lighting Sales will offer the company’s complete product portfolio from ballast to high-efficiency LED solutions.

For more information on Specified Lighting Sales, visit https://specifiedlightingsales.com/

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