Kevin Anez named Viracon director of marketing and product management

Date: 16 January 2012
Source: http://www.energymanagementcanada.com
January 10, 2012 - Viracon, a single-source architectural glass fabricator, has named Kevin Anez as its new director of marketing and product management.

With 19 years of experience in the building materials industry, Anez comes to Viracon from Andersen Window Corp., where he was the product marketing manager for the 200 and 400 Series Window business. He will report to Bob Randall, VP of marketing and business development.

“Kevin’s impressive background in marketing will help bolster Viracon’s reputation as one of the top fabricators of quality architectural glazing products,” said Randall. “We are in an important stage of developing our international presence. I’m confident that Kevin’s expertise will help us stand out on a global stage.”

“I look forward to joining the Viracon team," added Anez. "This is not only an exciting new phase of my career, but it will be an exhilarating time to be part of a company that’s advancing its technological capabilities to meet the growing needs of sustainable designs.”

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