The Kokomo-based company recently opened a new location in Lebanon, after purchasing assets of Boone County Electric on June 20. Huston will offer current and new customers products and services in electrical, signage, telecommunications, IT and back-up power.
Lebanon Branch Manager Corky Huston, a resident of Boone County, expressed enthusiasm about the new launch.
“I am excited to open a new location in my home,” said Huston, a Kokomo native who graduated from Purdue University and has worked with Huston’s Lafayette operation since 1995. “I am excited to bring our products and services here, and since we’re retaining (Boone County Electric’s) existing staff, the current clients will continue to experience the superior customer service they are accustomed to.”
Even though Boone Electric will now be Huston Electric, the service area of the company will not be affected; Zionsville still falls well within the company’s jurisdiction.
Matt Boor, Vice President of Sales and Marketing added, “The residents of Boone and the neighboring counties will benefit from our products and services. Huston’s focus is to become a partner and consultant with our clients, and we don’t seek to sell, but strive to become problem solvers and solution providers. We help our clients and the communities we serve transform the way they work and learn.”
Huston will maintain its existing Kokomo and Lafayette locations.