A.C.T Lighting Promotes Doug Mekanik

by Naomi Crews

Doug MekanikDoug Mekanic of A.C.T Lighting joined the sales team in an internal move from technical support.

Doug Mekanik Joins Sales Team in

Internal Move at A.C.T Lighting

Los Angeles (June 1, 2015) – Doug Mekanik has moved from technical support to sales at A.C.T Lighting, Inc., a leading importer and distributor of lighting products.

“For the past four years as Technical Support Specialist Doug has traveled cross-country conducting hundreds of MA training sessions and supporting our customer base, especially with their questions regarding the MA platform,” says Brian Dowd, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at A.C.T Lighting.  “At the same time Doug assisted the sales team with demos and support across our entire product line, so he’s extremely well versed in all of our products and very prepared to transition to our sales force.”

Mekanik has an extensive entertainment background from designing and programming lighting in concert, dance and theatrical environments to providing technical support and training to the industry’s most respected lighting designers and programmers.

Prior to joining A.C.T Lighting he worked as a Lighting Supervisor for a professional roadhouse and served as a freelance programmer with several lighting rental companies and designers nationwide.  Mekanik was a draftsman for Lighting Designer Tom Kenny on the MTV Video Music Awards, programmer for Paul Dexter on an REO SpeedWagon tour, and Lighting Designer for a benefit concert by “American Idol’s” Ruben Studdard.

“I’m excited to join A.C.T’s sales team and continue to promote the superior product line it represents,” says Mekanik.  “While I will miss supporting our customers from a technical support standpoint, I’m looking forward to working with these customers to provide the equipment they need for successful productions.  A.C.T Lighting has a reputation for selling quality equipment and offering exceptional technical support.  I couldn’t be happier to promote our products and do my part to help maintain A.C.T’s high standards.”