CES Tucson East: Newest Electrical Supplier in Tucson
“I knew within the first week that I made the right decision,” said City Electric Supply (CES) Tucson East Branch Manager Cody Belisle about joining the company to build and run the newest electrical supplier in Tucson. “Even as big as CES is, we still hold onto family values. It’s a really friendly environment.”
And it’s exactly those qualities that Belisle believes will make CES Tucson East an asset in the area.
Newest Electrical Supplier in Tucson
“Tucson has about a million people, and yet everybody knows everybody. We call it a little big town,” explained Belisle. “We created a motto for the branch — we’re providing a level of service Tucson has never seen but always deserved.”
At Tucson East, the customer comes first. And that’s easy to do at this branch, according to Belisle.
“At CES, you have a lot of resources across the network, but each branch is its own entity. You have the control to learn what your customers need and provide exactly that,” said Belisle. “We have 10,000 square feet of storage capacity, so we’re ready to be there for customers in a special way.”
It’s safe to say that no matter what you’re working on, Branch Manager Cody Belisle, Operations Manager Alexa Sontag, Sales Representative Ardie Yoke, and Driver Ivan Willhite can get you what you need.
“If a customer calls, my expectation is for the customer to have what they need at their job site within the hour. We’re on-call,” said Belisle.
Any Project, Any Time
The branch expects to be on-call for a good mix of business, too. The newest electrical supplier in Tucson is prepared to support residential, commercial, industrial, and even solar projects of any size.
“We’re already all-in on solar,” explained Belisle. “Solar projects are on the rise, and CES has the resources to support them. We’re new to the area, but we already have credibility in the market.”
So, if you’re ever in Tucson, make sure to stop by! Especially if you’re around on November 1.
“We’re going to have a grand opening event on November 1 for the community,” said Belisle. “There will be food, giveaways, raffles, and tours of the facility. People will be able to meet our team, and we’ll be able to get to know how to support our community as best we can.”
The team is excited to get to work at the newest electrical supplier in Tucson, and we have to say, we’re pretty excited to see what they will accomplish!