FSC Hires New Sales Representative in Northern California


FSC announces the appointment of Century Sales of Concord, CA, as the company’s new distributor agent in Northern California, reported Janet Johanson, General Manager of FSC Lighting.

Under the direction of President Jim Jacobs, Century Sales has served the Northern California market from their main office and warehouse in Concord for 26 years. In addition to FSC lighting fixtures, the firm represents manufacturers of quality electrical, electronic and lighting components to electrical distributors. They service the territory north of the counties of Monterey, Kings, Tulare and Inyo (the southern boundaries of these four counties create a straight line east to west across the state, just north of Bakersfield, from the Nevada border to the Pacific Ocean. For some principles they cover Northern Nevada.)

The Century Sales team has decades of experience. Jim Jacobs got his start in the industry in 1985 working for G & R Sales as an outside salesperson. His specialties are circuit protective devices, power distribution systems and electrical and electronic testing, monitoring and trouble-shooting equipment. Jill Jacobs also got her start at G & R Sales; after 25 years in the industry, Jill joined the Century Sales team in 2007. Jim and Jill along with Jack Wulfmeyer, Dennis Gerrish, Karen De Leon, Kristi Dishman and Lauren Gentry have the qualifications and experience to adequately cover the market area. They know the market and their customers, both distributors and end-users, very well. They have the product knowledge necessary to be successful and the willingness to learn new technologies.

“Century Sales is among the most hard working and well-known sales agencies in Northern California and they share the same core values as FSC,” said Alex Marquez, office support  for FSC. At Century Sales they have the skills and the desire to do the absolute best job for the manufacturers they represent. They believe ability, preparation, and opportunity equals success!