The ESS division of LG Electronics USA has launched the new LG PRO Program with exclusive benefits for residential ESS installers installing the LG Home 8.
The new LG PRO Program offers independent ESS installers tools to connect with home and business owners, including co-branded sales materials, images, videos and more. The program also provides installers with the opportunity to access best practices to install LG ESS through the LG | U Training Academy.
“ESS installers serve as the face of our brand to homeowners who are looking to better manage their energy usage, and in addition to an innovative LG product, the homeowners should also receive a high-quality installation,” said Chris Ahn, Senior Vice President, LG Electronics USA. “The LG PRO Program provides our installers opportunities to grow their business as we bring dependable on-demand energy that assists home and business owners in achieving energy independence.”
Upon enrolling in the LG PRO Program, installers will have access to a number of exclusive benefits:
- LG PRO Welcome Kit, including welcome letter, onboarding checklist and branded swag,
- LG | U Training Academy webinars, videos and in-person training sessions, leading to a certificate of completion, CE credits, and LG PRO badge,
- Exposure in the LG Pro Installer directory with lead generation notifications,
- Access to customizable LG marketing collateral in the LG Pro Portal,
- Discounts in the LG Promo Store, LG Partner Mall and through LG’s Printing Partner,
- Exclusive communication of relevant ESS information, updates, product news, downloads and more delivered via email and webinars.
The LG Electronics Energy Storage Systems business, based in Alpharetta, Ga., is fast-growing new area for LG in the United States. Headquartered in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., LG Electronics USA Inc. is the North American subsidiary of LG Electronics Inc.
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