The Hickory Hills, Ill.-based 300 Exhibit Services and Events, Inc has opened for business in Denver at this year’s SnowSports Industry America’s (SIA) Snow Show held at the Colorado Convention Center in January.It was the first move-in to a new city in 31 years. This year marked the first of a 10-year commitment with Denver after a successful run in Las Vegas.
The decision to open in Denver is part of 300’s long-term strategy to provide service everywhere significant conferences and events are held.
Joseph Holgado, Chief Executive Officer for 300 says, “As we continue to expand into other markets, it is important for us not just to open ina particular city, but to excel there,” said Joseph Holgado, CEO for 300 Exhibit Services and Events. “At 300, we have a higher standard of service that our client have come to expect. Everything we do revolves around that basic principle.”
There is no doubt that as 300 Exhibits Services and Events navigates the moguls and black diamond trails in today’s new business world, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States (IATSE) and Denver will be critical partners along the way.
300 Exhibit Services and Events, Inc. is a worldwide provider of labor solutions with offices in New York, Orlando, New Orleans, Boston and Las Vegas.
This year marked the first of a 10-year commitment with Denver after a successful run in Las Vegas.