Pete Varevice New National Sales Manager at Graham Curtain Wall Solutions

Pete Varevice has joined Graham Architectural Products, Curtain Wall Solutions as national sales manager.

Varevice will be the key connection between GAP Curtain Wall Solutions and our nationwide customer base, and will be responsible for all aspects of assisting and supporting our internal and independent sales representatives in pursuit of booking projects throughout the country, and for developing and implementing strategic sales plans to meet corporate goals.Varevice’s prior work experience includes working as a business development manager at APG International, where he was responsible for identifying viable business opportunities, developing a strategy to promote and distribute engineered glass systems, and assembling a national sales team of independent sales representatives.Previously, he held positions of architectural sales manager, architectural sales advisor and outside sales representative at Solar Innovations, Schuco USA and J.E.Berkowitz.

He received his BS in environmental science from Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT, and is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute, where he holds a CDT certification.

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