EarthTronics appoints Midwest regional sales manager

MUSKEGON—EarthTronics, the Muskegon-based manufacturer of LED lighting products, announced that it had appointed Jeremy Mantei as its Midwest regional sales manager.

He will be responsible for commercial and industrial market sales and will be working with manufacturer representatives, electrical and lighting distributors, and energy services companies.

Mantei has served in management positions in electrical distribution and recently as a sales manager for an energy services company. Within distribution Jeremy has had responsibility for both profit and loss and sales, managing branch locations for Texas-based Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inc. and the Washington, D.C. utility PEPCO, the Potomac Electric Power Co. His recent experience within the energy services industry includes managing large scale energy projects with a focus on lighting efficiencies.

“Jeremy has extensive knowledge to assist manufacturers rep agencies, electrical distribution, energy services companies,” said Kevin Youngquist, EarthTronics executive vice president. “His experience expands our ability to provide energy efficient lighting solutions, as well as develop our manufacturer representative relationships within our commercial and industrial business network.”

Mantei earned an MBA from Central Michigan University, and a lighting certification from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions. He is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and the Energy Services Coalition in both Michigan and Indiana. For more information about EarthTronics, visit

EarthTronics designs LED lighting products for commercial buildings, hotels, restaurants, retail stores and residential homes. All EarthTronics LED products provide energy savings with a solid return on investment for energy retrofits, renovation projects and new construction.

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