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Blasl, Edgson, Killoran and Vaccarino make Hubbell Canada Lighting news

September 26, 2012 | By Anthony Capkun

September 26, 2012 – EBMag has learned of some organizational changes at Hubbell Canada Lighting involving Rick Blasl, Dave Edgson, Mark Killoran and Tony Vaccarino.

Rick Blasl (Photo 3) has been appointed national sales manager. Hubbell welcomes Blasl back to the sales management team after 15 years of progressive sales management experience across Canada with Acuity Brands (Lithonia). “I am excited about the opportunities we have today to grow our lighting brands and am confident that Rick will build and lead a focused team of sales managers and agents toward achieving our full potential in Canada,” said Dave Syer, VP marketing & sales for Hubbell Canada.

Dave Edgson (Photo 1) has been appointed national accounts manager. He possesses 16 years of experience in the construction industry, with seven years of sales experience in the lighting and controls industry. Edgson joins Hubbell from Acuity Brands Lighting where he recently served as controls sales manager for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). “Dave’s experience and knowledge in our industry will be key to Hubbell Canada developing long-term relationships nationwide through national accounts,” said Blasl.

Mark Killoran (Photo 2) has been appointed central region sales manager. Killoran returns to Hubbell after nine years of sales experience in the GTA with the Juno Lighting Group (Schneider Electric). “Mark will be a valuable addition to our team and will play an essential role in both Hubbell and our agents achieving our full potential in Canada,” said Rick Blasl.


Tony Vaccarino (Photo 4) was appointed eastern region sales manager. Based in St-Leonard, Vaccarino will focus on developing new opportunities and supporting lighting agents in Eastern Canada. “I am enthusiastic about growing our lighting brands in Eastern Canada, and I am confident that Tony will be a key part in developing and maintaining long term relationships in the industry,” said Blasl.

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