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Legrand Expands Partnership With SESCO Lighting

Legrand, North and Central America has expanded their partnership with SESCO Lighting in North Carolina as the manufacturing representative for Wattstopper products.

SESCO Lighting has been the agency of record for Wattstopper products in AL, FL, GA, MS and TN for 10+ years, and recently added South Carolina with the acquisition of The Schneider Company in South Carolina in Dec. 2021. For more than 50 years, SESCO Lighting has been creating value through trust and service with the most experienced team in the market.

“I’m excited to announce our expanded relationship with SESCO Lighting across the North Carolina market,” says Jeff Jervah, Regional Vice President. “The level of experience and focus on comprehensive lighting controls design and project management will continue our growth in the market. SESCO has a proven track record of growing Wattstopper, and we’re eager to work with their sales team at Contractors, Specifiers, and Distribution partners throughout North Carolina.”

SESCO Lighting is one of the nation’s leading lighting agencies. Their talented and experienced team partners with architects, engineers, designers, distributors, and contractors to find innovative products that bring project visions to light.

“We are honored to be able to extend our representation of Wattstopper into North Carolina,” says John Palk, President and CEO of SESCO Lighting. “As we move forward, we will do so with same sincere commitment to service that we started with our Lighting Controls Division nearly 40 years ago. Wattstopper has continued to be an industry leader in lighting control solutions, and we are anxious to increase their business by bringing our knowledge and expertise to this North Carolina partnership.”

SESCO’s focus on sustainable lighting designs and its commitment to building relationships in the market position both Wattstopper and SESCO for growth. Their depth of talent and expertise in Legrand’s Wattstopper lighting controls establish SESCO Lighting as the complete lighting and controls technology partner.

The change in North Carolina is effective May 2, 2022.

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