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Chauvet Staff Announcements

SUNRISE, Fla. – Chauvet, a leading manufacturer of professional lighting, announces the restructuring of its U.S.-based sales team which reflects its strategy of increased market segmentation under the following four brands: CHAUVET® DJ, CHAUVET® Professional, ILUMINARC® and TRUSST®.

Newly hired to serve as National Sales Manager for CHAUVET® Professional and ILUMINARC® is DeAnna Padgett. Padgett brings more than 20 years of experience in business management, administrative, sales and marketing, having worked for more than a decade as part of the Barbizon Lighting team.

The following Business Development Managers for CHAUVET® Professional and ILUMINARC® report directly to Padgett:

Dwight Slamp, with over 10 years of industry experience, serves as Business Development Manager - East

Newly hired Darrell Barnes, with nearly a decade of industry experience, serves as Business Development Manager - Central

John Dunn, with nearly a decade of industry experience, serves as Business Development Manager - West

In addition, Ethan Aberg, with over 15 years in the industry, serves as ILUMINARC® national business development manager and reports to Padgett.

Serving as National Sales Manager for CHAUVET® DJ is Ana Jaramillo, an integral part of the team since 2001.

The following territory managers for CHAUVET® DJ and TRUSST® report directly to Jaramillo:

Bob Laino, with over a dozen years of industry experience, serves as Territory Manager – Northeast

Jeremy Pace, with over 10 years of industry experience, serves as Key Account Manager and Territory Manager – Southeast

Jelani Williams, with over five years of industry experience, serves as Territory Manager – Central

Todd Runkle, with over 10 years in the industry, recently joined CHAUVET® DJ and serves as Territory Manager – West

Both Jaramillo and Padgett report to the newly hired National Sales Director Grant Goodson, who directs all U.S. sales operations and strategies.

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