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Circle TPR Adds Several New Hires

Pictured L-R: General Manager Alicia Rosen, Senior Project Manager Howert Collins, Shop Foreman Mark Moden and Traffic Manager Shayla Allen in front

Circle TPR, a leading guest experience agency, recently announced several new management hires and facility expansions in their Las Vegas facility. They also highlighted several recent business agency wins securing contracts in their B2B, hospitality, live entertainment and digital verticals.

“As a young company, we are very encouraged by the quality of talent we’ve been fortunate enough to attract due in no small part to the varied nature of our business mix and the clients we work with,” says Shawn Garrity, CEO at Circle TPR. He adds, “We are very bullish on the Las Vegas marketplace and the overall economy. We believe the best is yet to come for our company and for the industry as a whole.”

Alicia Rosen was named general manager for Circle TPR’s Las Vegas production facility. She has 20 years of experience in the exhibit and event arena. She started on the client side in Denver and then moved to Las Vegas to focus her career on the vendor side of the table.

Garrity says, “I have been trying to entice Alicia to join our team since we launched our company four years ago. We are very proud and excited to have her lead our Las Vegas team.”

Mark Moden was hired to be Circle TPR’s shop foreman. He originally hails from South Dakota and move to Las Vegas five years ago. Moden has 23 years of bench experience and brings substantial experience and leadership to the production facility

Traffic Manager Shayla Allen is a Las Vegas native and began in the tradeshow industry at GES working at their show service desk before moving on to Astound. As traffic manager, she will be focused on client facing interaction across the logistical spectrum and will oversee all traffic activity for the company.

Circle TPR Don Nguyen Circle TPR happily announces Don Nguyen (pictured left) has joined as a designer and Howert Collins has returned as senior project manager. Collins has 23 years of experience specializing in retail design-build in Southern California prior to moving to Las Vegas to focus on growing his career in the tradeshow industry.

Circle TPR is a leading guest experience agency comprised of thought leaders in B2B, hospitality, interactive technologies, live entertainment and publishing with offices in key markets across the U.S. Circle TPR’s client list includes a who’s who of top tier brands seeking a new paradigm to connect with their target audience. They state, “We fulfill brand strategies in both physical and digital spaces from inception to launch…we dream it, create it, do it! Our portfolio encompasses worldwide reach with a team that has delivered truly unique integrated programs, environments and activations in entertainment arenas, festival grounds, convention centers, hospitality spaces and across all media channels.” For more info, visit www.circletpr.com.

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