During the Exhibition Service & Contractors Association winter meeting in Las Vegas, Neil McMullin assumed responsibilities as president of ESCA.
“Neil brings a level of expertise, passion and insight to ESCA that will help continue our mission and support the exhibitions industry,” says Larry Arnaudet, executive director of ESCA.
McMullin has worked in the meetings and events industry as a general manager of convention centers, conference centers, arenas and performing arts venues in various locations throughout the U.S., working for a private-venue management firm. He graduated with a degree in facility and business management from BYU. As Fern Expo’s senior vice president of shared services, he is responsible for Fern’s field operations including quality control and the implementation of best practices in order to ensure a consistent delivery of high-quality services and products. He also oversees all graphic design and production as well as technology services and carpet operations. In addition to serving ESCA, he is an active member of the International Association of Venue Managers’ (IAVM).
“I look forward to continuing to advance ESCA’s contributions to the industry while serving with the board and staff as the president this year,” says McMullin. “We are a dedicated group that is passionate about the industry and the impact we create for our members.”
Since 1970, the Exhibition Services & Contractors Association has provided a unified voice for service contractors and their partners in the exhibition industry. The association currently has more than 160 member companies throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico. ESCA is dedicated to the advancement of the exhibition, meeting and special events industries.Through the education, information exchange and level of professionalism shared by members and their customers, ESCA promotes cooperation among all areas of the exhibition industry. For more info, visit www.esca.org