LIGHTING TODAY20 Oct 2021
Magnitude Lighting Inc. announces three new agency partners
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Tustin, California, USA – Magnitude Lighting Inc., manufacturer of advanced LED drivers and transformers, is adding three new partnerships to their comprehensive list of agencies and distributors. The additions include Florida-based Lighting Dynamics Inc., Georgia-based T&T Lighting Group and Iowa-based Strauss Architectural Systems. All three companies will represent Magnitude Lighting’s complete line from the AC-Series to the X-Series of magnetic and electronic drivers and transformers.

“Expanding our agency network in the South and Mid-west is a top priority for us,” noted Jim Giorgio, Director of Sales at Magnitude. “All three are up to speed with our product line and are sure to have a positive impact on sales,” he added.

Established in 1991, Lighting Dynamics Inc., (LDI) represents over 110 manufacturers in commercial and residential lighting and its rich portfolio of projects includes distinguished venues and institutions located throughout southern Florida. LDI prides itself on its passion for the lighting industry and its commitment to always doing business in an ethical and truthful manner.

T&T Lighting Group is a well-established lighting agency in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, and Northern Florida. T&T Group represents top-of-the-line manufacturers in residential and commercial lighting and is a leading lighting specialist for custom builders, track builders, multifamily housing, and showroom displays.

Strauss Architectural Systems also represents a full line of exterior and interior lighting solutions, and their expanding territory includes Nebraska and Iowa. Strauss’ mission is to provide world class expertise and support while ensuring the best solutions for the most challenging layouts and designs.

“Magnitude Lighting is dedicated to educating and supporting our agency network. They are our boots on the ground and we’re very excited to add three stellar companies,” concluded Giorgio.