SUNRISE, FL – Chauvet has announced that Daryl Sutton has joined the company as its National Worship Resource Manager. A founding director of the Worship Arts Technology Summit (W.A.T.S.), Sutton brings a wealth of experience in serving churches to his new position. Prior to joining Chauvet, he was with Martin Professional/HARMAN International for 17 years, filling a number of positions related to the house of worship market, most recently as Global Business Development & Solutions Manager – Worship.
“Our company has enjoyed impressive growth in the house of worship market over the past four years,” said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. “We’ve been extremely gratified by how customers in this market have embraced Chauvet and its products. Now with someone of Daryl’s experience on board, we’ll be able to go even further in addressing the needs of house of worship customers of all sizes.”
In his new position, Sutton will be directing and coordinating outreach programs aimed at increasing awareness of Chauvet and its lighting solutions among house of worship customers. “Daryl brings unparalleled expertise, passion, and enthusiasm to this role,” said John Castelino, Chauvet’s Vice President of Global Marketing. “With his experience and insights, Daryl will be instrumental in helping us focus and refine our approach to the house of worship market.”
Grant Goodson, Chauvet’s Director of U.S. Sales, is also eager to begin working with Sutton. “Daryl brings a great deal of energy, enthusiasm, and intelligence to this position,” he said. “I’m very confident that he will help Chauvet build on the momentum we’ve established in this market.”
Sutton is equally enthused by the opportunity his new position represents. “I am excited to continue my journey supporting the worship tech community with the passionate Chauvet team,” said Sutton. “Chauvet is a dynamic and rapidly growing company that is dedicated to serving the worship community, not only with products, but also through educational programs. We share the same commitment and values.”