EYE Lighting Hires Two New Employees
December 17, 2012 - 2:08pm
David Cook comes aboard as the new Northwest District Sales Manager and Louis Woike joins as District Sales Manager, Lamp-Southeast.

EYE Lighting Intl., a manufacturer of lamps, luminaires and related lighting products, has added David Cook as the new Northwest District Sales Manager and Louis Woike, PE as District Sales Manager, Lamp-Southeast.

In his new role, Cook will be responsible for growing the EYE Lighting luminaire products in Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Cook’s experience will help EYE customers find cost-effective and reliable energy-efficient solutions to meet their unique lighting needs for roadways, parking facilities, municipalities, and schools.

Woike will be responsible for sharing the benefits of EYE Lighting lamp products and providing lighting energy solutions for Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs), municipalities, Cooperatives, and Departments of Transportation in the Southeast.

“We are excited to have David and Louis join our sales team and generate new growth in these markets. Our customers have diverse needs and their depth of expertise in energy efficient lighting solutions will greatly benefit our customers,” said Tom Salpietra, President & COO of EYE Lighting.

Cook is an accomplished technical professional with extensive lighting industry experience in meeting the technical requirements for customers. His experience in research & development, testing, manufacturing and planning enhance his ability to provide results-driven solutions to meet the diverse needs of EYE Lighting customers. He is also a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and holds a Lighting Certification from the National Council on Qualifications of the Lighting Professions.

Woike has been in the lighting and electrical industry for more than 20 years with extensive experience in selling lighting and electrical products to utilities, municipalities and co-ops for companies such as General Electric, Thomas & Betts and Siemens.

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