Tubelite Names Client Development Managers in Michigan

Chad Mason
Chad Mason is Tubelite Inc.’s client development manager, covering Michigan’s eastern counties.

Chad Mason and Collin Beighley have been promoted to serve as Tubelite Inc.’s client development managers in Michigan. Mason covers Michigan’s eastern counties and Beighley focuses on the western counties.

Both Mason and Beighley report to Dan Goodman, Tubelite’s regional sales manager for the Midwest and East territories. Together, the team works with commercial architects, glazing contractors and building project teams to provide consultative support regarding Tubelite’s architectural aluminum storefront, curtainwall, entrance, window and daylight control systems.

Collin Beighley
Collin Beighley is Tubelite Inc.’s client development managers, covering Michigan’s western counties.

Mason started his career at Tubelite in 1998 in production working in the extrusion and fabrication departments at the company’s offices in Walker, Michigan. Continually gaining new skills, he moved into client services where he served as a supervisor. Most recently, he supported clients as an estimator. He earned a bachelor’s degree with a major in business administration and a minor in international business and marketing.

Also based in Walker, Michigan, Beighley joined Tubelite in 2015 as part of the Custom Department. In this role, he assisted clients with projects requiring customized framing systems and components. Prior to working at Tubelite, he was a builder with ASSEM-tech Inc., a specialty contract manufacturing company. Beighley studied computer programming at the university of Phoenix and previously attended California State University, Stanislaus.

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