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Viracon names Kelly Schuller senior VP


November 19, 2010
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Viracon names Kelly Schuller senior VP
Viracon has announced the hiring of Kelly Schuller as senior vice-president, sales and marketing. In his new role, Schuller will be responsible for all aspects of sales, marketing, architectural promotion and technical services.

Nov. 19, 2010 – Viracon has announced the hiring of Kelly Schuller as senior vice president, sales and marketing. In his new role, Schuller will be responsible for all aspects of sales, marketing, architectural promotion and technical services.
 
Schuller joins Viracon after serving for four years as Apogee’s vice president of strategy and business development directing projects across all Apogee business units.
 
“For the past four years, Kelly has been an integral partner with Viracon’s senior leadership in creating our domestic and international strategy,” says Greg Silvestri, President of Viracon.  “We are very excited to have him join us in this important leadership role as we continue to execute our strategy to further grow our business.  In addition to strategic initiatives, Kelly looks forward to working closely with our clients, both contractors and the design community.  His skills and values will have a significant impact on exceeding customer expectations.”
 
Schuller brings a wealth of experience to his new position.  Prior to joining Apogee, he held operational positions within United Health Group, Innovex and Pillsbury.  He was an associate principal at McKinsey & Company and held a position as a CPA for Ernst & Young LLP.  Schuller earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and his Master in Business Administration from Harvard University.
 
Schuller begins his career at Viracon on Monday, Dec. 6. For additional information, call 800-533-2080, email glass@viracon.com or visit www.viracon.com .

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