Kenstowicz named Pacific-Mountain commercial account manager for Vitro Architectural Glass

Kenstowicz named Pacific-Mountain commercial account manager for Vitro Architectural Glass
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Date: 8 September 2020

Vitro Architectural Glass announced that Andre Kenstowicz has been appointed commercial account manager for the Pacific-Mountain region, which covers Northern California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado.

In this role, Kenstowicz will provide responsive sales and service support to glass fabricators and glazing contractors in the non-residential, commercial construction market. Based in the Seattle-Tacoma area, he will also promote the use of Solarban® glasses by Vitro to architects, specification writers, glazing contractors and fabricators.

“Andre has proven success in sales, account and relationship management,” said Cary Topham, sales director, Western region, Vitro Architectural Glass. “Positioning our fabricators and glazing contractors for success is the most important part of the commercial account manager role. Andre understands the challenges our customers face with today’s increasingly complex glass, curtain wall and building envelope specifications.”

Kenstowicz joined the company in 2012 and holds Bachelor’s and Master of Arts degrees from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Prior to becoming national architectural manager in 2016, he served as an international sales support representative and export compliance coordinator for the flat glass business in Pittsburgh. Kenstowicz also attended Universidad de Sevilla in Spain and is fluent in Spanish.

To learn more about products from Vitro Architectural Glass, visit www.vitroglazings.com or call 1-855-VTRO-GLS (887-6457).

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