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Optimum sales force is formed.

Optimum Window Manufacturing Corporation announced the creation of a national sales organization to better serve its rapidly expanding Western and Southern markets.

The new organization will focus on meeting the strong demand for Optimum's renowned fire-rated windows and developing a broad distribution for its new line of special metal window and door products.

Optimum's premium windows and doors are fabricated from special metals such as stainless steel, hot-rolled steel and bronze. Optimum customers are predominately high-end and specialty window installation firms.

The company has named Lou Perez as national sales vice president to lead the organization. Perez has extensive experience in the fenestration industry, directing business development and sales operations for several New York area window companies during his career.

Optimum also welcomed several new sales representatives to the team, including Kevin Turner, Mark Smith, Steve Bishop, Dave Sumner, Jim Watkins and Mike Vizcarra.
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Title Annotation:PROFILE in Construction & Design
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 21, 2005
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