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Barbizon Lighting Welcomes Lisa Dimino to Boston and Allison Mutton to Orlando

New York, NY – June 1, 2010

Barbizon Lighting is proud to announce the hiring of Lisa Dimino and Allison Mutton.

Ms. Dimino will be salesperson on the Products and Expendables team with Barbizon Lighting's Boston offices working with customers in the New England area. Lisa commented, “I enjoy the everyday challenges encountered in distribution, with my extensive experience in client relationship & retention my goal is to provide customers/prospects a rapid response to inquiries and quick turn around on quotes.”

Lisa brings 20+ years of experience with her to Barbizon and she's excited to be working in the entertainment and architectural lighting market.

Ms. Dimino can be reached by phone or email at (781) 935-3920 or ldimino [at]

Allison Mutton has recently joined the Products and Expendables team out of the Orlando offices focusing on central and northern Florida. “I have a great working relationship with many of the local venues and they have all been very happy to see that I am back in this industry,” remarked Allison.

Before joining the Barbizon team, Allison has worked for PRG, Bulbtronics, and Apollo Design Technology.

You can reach Allison by phone or email at (407) 999-2647 or amutton [at]

The Barbizon Lighting Company specializes in sales and service of equipment for houses of worship, live productions, performing arts, themed environments, film and television. We are an industry leader based on our knowledgeable staff, quality products, and our on-going commitment to customer service. We stock over 20,000 products in eleven offices for same day or overnight service. Our Systems group specializes in entertainment systems integration, project management, technical services, and turnkey installation of lighting and rigging systems. Barbizon is also open 24 hours a day, seven days a week on-line at


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