Mike Venech has been named Venstar account manager for the Baker Distributing Company/Florida Cooling Supply Florida, south Georgia and south Alabama market area.
A native of Waldwick, NJ, Mike has lived in Florida since 1981. He studied Business Administration and Management at St. Leo University in St. Leo, Florida and has been in the HVACR industry since 1989.
“I started in sales with Tropic Kool Engineering in Largo, Florida, eventually advancing into service, test and balance and project manager,” Mike stated. “I operated my own company until 2008 then went to work as service manager for a commercial HVAC company. In 2011 I transitioned into the wholesale side of the industry, holding positions as national AC sales manager and SRM account manager with two major parts and equipment distributors.”
“Mike has been a great addition to the Venstar family,” said Jason Schneider, Venstar Regional Manager. “His industry experience, coupled with his familiarity of the Baker organization, will prove to be great assets as he works to help Baker Distributing/Florida Cooling Supply take their Venstar thermostat sales to an even higher level.”
“HVAC is in my blood and it’s a relationship-based industry,” Mike concluded. “I love being a people person and am excited to be representing Venstar. I look forward to working with and training the fine people at Baker Distributing/Florida Cooling Supply and their contractor base.”
Contact Mike by calling 727.470.7961 or emailing email@example.com.
Venstar Inc. is a leading thermostat and energy management system (EMS) manufacturer, known for providing value to its customers via ease of use and installation, proven cost savings, improved energy efficiency, quality and reliability. Founded in 1992, Venstar is one of the largest thermostat suppliers in the world and designs and produces Venstar-branded products, as well as OEM thermostat products for the biggest names in HVAC. Venstar’s Surveyor is a leading energy management system, typically saving small-box retailers 20-35 percent of their energy costs, which translates to tens of millions of dollars in savings each year and dramatic reductions in CO2 emissions. Surveyor currently controls the energy usage of 30,000+ retail locations across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico.