Tubelite adds Scott Huff to serve North and South Carolina

Walker, Mich. -- Tubelite Inc. has hired Scott Huff as a client development manager serving customers in North and South Carolina.

He works closely with glazing and general contractors, architects, and building owners to provide information on the company's architectural aluminum products and their green building benefits.

Huff is passionate about sustainability and says he is impressed that all of Tubelite's architectural products are manufactured using EcoLuminum™, a high recycled-content aluminum billet composition featuring environmentally-friendly finishes. Tubelite's storefront, curtainwall, entrance and daylight control systems can contribute to projects pursuing certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED® Rating System™ in the areas of daylighting and views, thermal comfort and energy efficiency, low-emitting materials and recycled content.

Before joining Tubelite, he was employed with Oldcastle Glass' engineered products division, which now is Oldcastle Building Envelope. Prior to this, he was with The Vistawall Group (now, also part of Oldcastle) as an architectural sales representative for the Carolinas.

Based in Charlotte, N.C, Huff earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from State University in West Georgia and a degree in machine tool technology from West Georgia Technical College. He continues his professional development as a member of the National Glass Association. In his spare time, Huff can be found working the radio controls of an airplane or boat or launching a mid- to high-powered rocket.

To learn more about Tubelite's products and connect with its representatives, please visit www.tubeliteinc.com.

600450 Tubelite adds Scott Huff to serve North and South Carolina glassonweb.com
Date: 16 February 2011
Source: Tubelite Inc.

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