Da-Lite Screen Company Sales Team & Employees Attains LEED AP Certification

WARSAW, IN--Sales Consultants Sean Bullock, David Kolb, Fred Scruti, Jeff Siebert, David Sweeney, and Andre White in addition to Adam Armstrong, architectural specialist and Dan Kramer, sales partner, have attained the LEED AP certification. The LEED AP certification is awarded through the U.S. Green Building Council, a 501(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings accessible to everyone within a generation. USGBC is dedicated to expanding green building practices and education, and its LEED Green Building Rating System.

"Here at Da-Lite we recognize the importance of obtaining the LEED(AP accreditation in our industry. I'm extremely proud of those that have challenged themselves buy obtaining their LEED AP accreditation. It will put them and Da-Lite a step above the rest", commented Blake Brubaker, vice president of sales, Da-Lite Screen Company.

"LEED AP distinguishes the professionals with the knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED Certification process and helps not only our audio visual dealers, integrators and consultants, but the architectural community as well," continued Brubaker.

As more and more Da-Lite sales team become LEED AP accredited, the company's eco-friendly initiatives are reinforced. In 2008, Da-Lite launched its new Screen Green Exchange Program, attained multiple levels of GreenGuard certification for its projection screen fabrics and recently obtained ISO 14001:2004 registration for its Environmental Management System.

Da-Lite would like to congratulate the accomplished individuals on their commitment and perseverance in bringing the USBGC LEED AP accreditation in their role for the company.


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