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SolarCraft Recruits Locally to Expand Sonoma Sales Force

By July 1, 2009March 14th, 2022No Comments

Solar Leader Hires Sonoma Experts to Accommodate Growing Business

SolarCraft, a leader in solar electric and thermal energy installations, announced today several new local hires to their Sonoma sales team to assist in developing residential and commercial projects in the dynamic solar energy market in Sonoma Valley.

Robert A. Smith, an active member of the Sonoma community, is a licensed General Building Contractor and attorney. He is currently serving as the City of Sonoma prosecutor, and is part-owner of Murphy’s Irish Pub. Robert adds an exceptional degree of experience and expertise concerning business development, construction law and sales management to the SolarCraft Team.

Page Leonard, with over 30 years of roofing experience, brings a unique level of knowledge regarding structural systems, adding greater depth in designing and implementing solar projects.

SolarCraft has also added a second location in the heart of the city at 414 West Napa Street that will help accommodate SolarCraft’s expanding local sales force and enable them to better serve the Sonoma Valley.

Local residents, Robert and Page join other SolarCraft Sonoma resident experts John Maloney, VP Sales & Marketing and Dennis King, Sales Executive. SolarCraft co-founder and President, Bill Stewart, is a long time Valley resident. He and his wife Deborah also own and operate SoloQuest Learning Center on West Napa St.

Sonoma County is one of the top “solarized” counties in the Nation. With the recently launched Sonoma County Energy Independence Program, Sonoma County has more opportunity than ever to make the switch to solar both affordably and efficiently.

SolarCraft was founded in 1984 and has installed over 4,300 solar energy systems, including more than 350 in the Sonoma Valley. Notable local clients include Cline Cellars, Jacuzzi Family Vineyards, FAHA Manor, Chanterelle HOA and the Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Rincon Valley.

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