Patio Living Concepts names Douglas Orians as VP of sales and marketing
April 26, 2012,
Patio Living Concepts announces that Douglas Orians has been named as vice president of sales and marketing for the domestic designer and manufacturer of outdoor lighting and associated accessories.
Orians' responsibilities will include coordination of the company's established representative team, management of the company's marketing efforts and new product research and development. Marketing and expansion of the company's new LED lighting lines as well as molded accessories lines will be a priority for Orians and his team in reaching out to current customers as well as exploring new categories and markets.
Established in 2001, Patio Living Concepts designs and manufacturers in its Linn, MO facilities weatherproof portable outdoor lamps and accessories. Lamp designs span the full spectrum of design motifs including traditional and contemporary lamp posts, table lamps, floor lamps and woven lamps. The latest in LED lighting options recently have been introduced with string lighting for umbrellas and Garden Glo planter lighting. Remote control multi-color lighting debuted at the 2011 Casual Market. Outdoor accessories including umbrella bases and planters are also included in the company's lines.
Orians can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-702-9128. For more information about Patio Living Concepts, visit www.patiolivingconcepts.com.
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