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WAC Lighting Company Port Washington, NY, 11050
Do you want the opportunity to make a difference and feel challenged? If so, there is an exciting opportunity that exists within the National Sales Team at W.A.C Lighting! W.A.C. Lighting is looking for a Business Development Specialist to add to our successful and growing sales support team in our Port Washington, NY corporate office. In this role, you will be a pivotal part of supporting new sal...
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