Beyond Exhibit Logistics (Beyond), a provider of install, dismantle, warehouse and support services, added a significant number of staff to its team in locations around the country.
Tom Pernicone has been hired as general manager after working for Beyond for the past year as a traveling supervisor. Pernicone joined Beyond after owning his own I&D business and has over 25 years of show floor experience. He is based out of Pleasant Prairie, Wis.
Michael Pearson has joined the Beyond team as a traveling supervisor. Located in San Jose, Calif., Pearson supports Gilead Lifesciences. A traveling supervisor since 2005, he has led show floor projects for many clients such as Google, McKesson, Cisco and Twitter, to name just a few.
Harmony Bradley has been promoted to Beyond’s new Washington D.C./Baltimore and Richmond, Va. area city manager. Bradley has worked for Beyond for the past two years spending extensive time on the show floor.
Tony Hinojosa has been hired as a traveling supervisor in Las Vegas. With more than 25 years in the industry, Hinojosa is Beyond’s first out-of-the shop traveling supervisor, which means he is able to supervise the new builds and rentals he has worked on in the Las Vegas facility.
Jessie Rosas has joined Beyond as a traveling supervisor in Chicago. In the industry for 23 years, Rosas is Beyond’s RSNA lead and supervises other high profile client events.
Carmen Cutino has joined Beyond’s administrative team handling all of payroll and is based out of its Orlando headquarters.
Sean Puckett became the city manager in Nashville, Tenn. Puckett has been in the industry for 20 years and was a city manager for another company for 12 years.
Terry Fore joined Beyond in May as the Orlando City Manager. Fore has been in the industry for 28 years. For the past 20 years, he has been in the graphic part of the industry while working on the show floor with I&D.
Leanne Blackburn joined Beyond as city manager for Louisville in February with over 20 years of show floor experience. She has an excellent crew of people she has worked with for many years.
Scott Steinbrook became a city manager in Indianapolis. Steinbrook has worked on just about every show in Indianapolis the past 15 years.
Joey Sparks joined Beyond in March as city manager in Phoenix. He has been managing jobs in Phoenix for over 20 years and has been in the industry for almost 30 years.
Scott Eilers joined Beyond in May working his first show as city manager of Denver. Eilers has 32 years with Miller/Coors, 10 years as their tradeshow coordinator.
Carl Angelucci is the most recent member of Beyond. Angelucci is starting up the Philadelphia location as the city manager. He has 15 years in the construction industry and six years in the tradeshow industry supervising many jobs on the show floor.