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SMEG Increases Team Talent and Resources for the Western U.S.

Tony Lucio Joins SMEG as Western Regional Sales Director for Major Appliances

Apr 8th 2020

Tony LucioSMEG, the Italian family-owned-and-operated appliance producer famed for fusing technology with style, has recruited Tony Lucio as it first Regional Sales Director for the Western United States, yet another indication of the brand’s growing popularity, and resource building to support its business plan.

Lucio is no stranger to the appliance business, and brings to SMEG more than three decades of solid kitchen, bath, and home industry expertise.  Specifically, with regard to the appliance sector, Tony has previously represented Maytag, Sub-Zero / Wolf, and Viking.  He is now poised to bring his veteran experience to SMEG as he oversees the brand throughout Western territories, which also includes the Pacific Northwest, the Intermountain States, as well as California, the Southwestern States, and Hawaii.  “I am more than excited to join the SMEG team, and see the outstanding potential the brand’s aesthetics and technology bring to the market,” stated Tony Lucio.  “The appliance business, more than most, is a relationship-driven and personal selling industry with many clients to serve. From distributor partners and dealers, to sales management team members throughout the ranks, and a host of influencers like kitchen and interior designers and architects, we must keep all of our constituents in laser focus.  Not to mention the end-user!  I live for this, and am thrilled to spoil my partners and associates with knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and meaningful support.” Lucio concluded.

“We are thrilled to have Tony join our boutique team, and know he will infuse the Western market with energy, optimistic strategic planning, and uncompromised executional support,” stated Paul McCormack, SMEG’s National Director for Sales and Marketing in North America.  “We have incredible opportunities to seize, and we look forward to supporting Tony as he engages our partners, and matures further plans to develop the region.” McCormack concluded.