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Mirror Show Management increases staff by five

Mirror Show Management, a woman-owned exhibit design and customer experience firm located in Webster, N.Y., hired five new employees.

Greg Weerasinghe has joined the company as warehouse coordinator. He was most recently with Nickelpoint Brewing Co. as general manager, vice president and director in Raleigh, N.C. He holds a B.A. in International Relations from SUNY Geneseo and a M.A. from UN Mandated University for Peace. Weerasinghe resides in Pittsford, N.Y.

Mike Hudson has joined the company as senior graphic designer. He was most recently with DairyBusiness communications as a creative services manager & senior graphic designer in East Syracuse N.Y. He holds a B.A. in Studio Art from SUNY Plattsburgh. Hudson resides in Wolcott, N.Y.

Greg Weerasinghe
Greg Weerasinghe

Mike Hudson
Mike Hudson

Samantha Dertinger has joined the company as info center coordinator. She was most recently with Jeremiah’s Tavern as a waitress in Rochester, N.Y. She holds an associate in Liberal Arts from Monroe Community College. Dertinger resides in Webster, N.Y.

Dan Kurzdorfer has joined the company as exhibit detailer. He was most recently with RES Exhibit Services as exhibit designer in Rochester, N.Y. He holds a B.F.A. in Industrial Design from Rochester Institute of Technology. Kurzdorfer resides in Rochester, N.Y.

Lori Ann Dedline has joined the company as exhibit services specialist. She was most recently with RES Exhibit Services as client services manager in Rochester, N.Y. She holds an associate in Business Administration from Erie Community College. Dedline resides in Walworth, N.Y.

Samantha Dertinger
Samantha Dertinger

Dan Kurzdorfer
Dan Kurzdorfer

Lori Ann Dedline
Lori Ann Dedline
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