South Bend, Indiana January 14, 2020 - Hubbell Commercial Construction announces the appointment of Greg Womble to VP, Sales Operations and Marketing. This includes RACO, TayMac, Bell, Wiegmann and Acme Electric. The Hubbell Commercial Construction brands provide innovative electrical products to commercial, OEM, institutional and residential markets.
In his new role, Mr. Womble's focus is to implement and drive a robust sales and marketing strategy to ensure the company's growth. He will also help the company exceed customer expectations through strong customer service. He reports to Christoph Vogel, the VP and General Manager of Hubbell's Industrial and Commercial Construction business.
Mr. Womble comes to Hubbell from RAB Lighting, where he was the SVP of Sales and Marketing. He led the field sales, marketing, customer service and lighting design teams in promoting and selling indoor and outdoor LED lighting and controls. Previously, he held commercial leadership roles with companies including Honeywell, Siemens, International Paper and Georgia Pacific. His extensive background covers both commodity and value-added products and services.
Mr. Womble earned a bachelor's degree in Economics from Clemson University. He resides in the greater New York City area. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Hubbell Commercial Construction
Hubbell Commercial Construction includes five brands that provide innovative and cost-effective electrical products with superior customer service for commercial and/or residential markets. RACO creates electrical boxes, covers, and fittings. TayMac crafts in-use covers for outdoor electrical applications. Bell produces weatherproof boxes, covers and outdoor lighting. Wiegmann offers the most complete line of electrical enclosures for OEM, Commercial Construction, and MRO markets. Acme Electric manufactures power conversion and conditioning equipment for industrial, commercial and OEM applications.
These historic brands are part of Hubbell Incorporated, one of the largest electrical manufacturers in North America. The company's history of innovation extends back to 1889. Founder Harvey Hubbell invented the pull chain light switch and electric plug.
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