Michael Noonan, owner of Midwest Industrial Lighting
For more than 40 years, Midwest Industrial Lighting has been the leading cost-conscious lighting supplier, giving businesses more bright for their buck.
Mike Noonan started working as a lighting salesman more than 40 years ago. With his experience and understanding of the lighting industry, he knew if he could sell light bulbs, he could buy them as well.
Since 1975, Midwest Industrial Lighting has sold a wide range of lighting products with cost-effective solutions to energy issues. Today, the company is known as one of the leaders in lighting supplies in Chicagoland.
In addition to offering a full range of electric supplies—from lamps and light bulbs to batteries, exit signs, fuses, and more—Midwest Industrial Lighting sales representatives also help companies go green. They provide energy audits for buildings, retro-fit kits, and information on ComEd rebates.
“The big thing now is energy savings,” Noonan said.
Paying attention to longer-lasting lamps, LED bulbs, and the number of bulbs you use all help lower your electric bill. “It’s a win-win-win when I can show someone how the new energy efficient technologies will result in financial savings for them, a sale for me, and a cleaner environment for all of us,” he said.
Midwest Industrial Lighting’s customers include the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Public Schools, U.S. Cellular Field, and Soldier Field.
Working with South Central Bank for the last 15 years has made having large clients like these easier because of the personal attention the bank pays to his company. “I walk in and see the same people,” Noonan said. “South Central Bank is a great bank to deal with.”
Since South Central began offering remote deposit through I-Capture™ banking has become even simpler for Noonan.
“It’s the best thing they invented since the light bulb!”