Pilkington Adds Product Specialists

Pilkington North America hired three product specialists to serve as architectural and residential glazing consultants for the glass and architectural industries.

Leslie Peterson is based in the Chicago area and covers the northern and central Midwest US and Ontario. Tom O'Day, based in the Pittsburgh area, covers the northeast US and the province of Quebec. Scott Hoover covers the southeast US out of the Atlanta area.

"All three have extensive sales and marketing experience in the building products industry and are valuable resources for architects and specifiers, window manufacturers, glaziers and fabricators," said David Morris, Pilkington North America's business segment leader for architectural products. "Furthermore, all of the product specialists are qualified to present educational programs as part of PNA's registered provider activities through the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Program."

Peterson joined Pilkington from USG where she had various sales and technical marketing responsibilities. She is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and the AIA. O'Day was previously in outside sales with AFGD and sales and sales management with Coastal Glass Distributors. He is a member of CSI. Prior to joining Pilkington Hoover held various sales, product management and business development responsibilities with AFG and AFGD. He is a member of CSI and the AIA.

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Date: 25 October 2001
Source: Glass Digest

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