Safti First hires new architectural sales representatives

Date: 9 June 2011
Source: Safti First
Officials of Safti First, San Francisco, announced the addition of the following representatives to its growing sales team: Tom Metz of Metz Enterprises, Inc., will cover the Southern California (greater Los Angeles) area.

He has more than 40 years of experience in the glass and glazing industry, and currently also represents Wausau Window and Wall Systems, D&D Architectural Products, Luoma Contract and Wasco Skylights. 

Mark Gedney of Advanced Building Concepts, Inc., will cover the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virgina territory. He has more than 26 years of experience in the glass and glazing industry, with 12 years as a manufacturer's representative. In addition to Safti First, Gedney represents Wausau Window and Wall Systems, D&D Architectural Products, CPI Daylighting, Tecnoglass, Airolite Louvers and Grills, Pittco Architectural Metals, Custom Components Co., Vicwest and Champion Windows.

Lastly, Chris Rogstad of Window Tech, Inc., will handle the Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho territories. He has more than 35 years in the glass and glazing industry. His company also represents EFCO, Firestone Building Products, Hope's Steel Windows, Ellison Balanced Doors, Crane Revolving Doors, Krieger Steel Doors, Dorma Glass, Sented, All-Lite Louvers, Kane Security Screens and Schott Specialty Glass.

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Date: 9 June 2011
Source: Safti First

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