Universal Lighting Technologies Welcomes Riffle & Associates as Agency Partner in Ohio

October 9, 2017

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a global leader in lighting and a member of the Panasonic Group, today announced a partnership with Riffle & Associates, Inc. With offices in Cleveland and Cincinnati, Riffle & Associates will represent Universal in Ohio, providing Universal’s premier LED and ballast retrofit and replacement solutions.

Riffle & Associates is a widely recognized electrical manufacturer representative that has been an invaluable resource in the lighting community for many years. The company is committed to maximizing market share through education, communication and high quality service.

“Universal Lighting Technologies is excited to partner with a top-performing company that is dedicated to excellent service and high-quality products,” said Donna Taylor vice president of sales in the central region for Universal.  “Riffle & Associates’ many years of service and product expertise will play an integral role in supporting our distributor network.”

As a representative for Universal Lighting Technologies, Riffle & Associates will offer the full Universal line from Ballast to LED high efficiency solutions. Nashville Tennessee-based Universal Lighting Technologies is operated by Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc.

For more information on Universal Lighting Technologies Inc., www.unvlt.com.     

For more information on Riffle & Associates, Inc., visit http://riffleassoc.com/.

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