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Momentum Management appoints Atlanta city manager

Momentum Management, a nationwide labor services company, announced the arrival of a new Atlanta city manager.

Managing operations in Atlanta is Chas Becker, who will also support other southeastern states. Becker’s background in supplying outstanding customer service experiences made him the right fit for Momentum’s go-to-market approach.

ECN 042014_POM_Momentum Management_Chas Becker“Chas comes to Momentum understanding the many facets of the tradeshow industry,” said Randy Bott, president and CEO, Momentum Management. “With an extensive background in both customer service and operations, I am confident that Chas has a great deal of talent and success to bring to Atlanta.”

With experience as an independent contractor for GES, Becker also worked for Momentum in previous years as general labor on the show floor. Through his experience in all aspects of the tradeshow industry, it’s safe to say he knows the ins and outs of the business.

“I’m very honored and excited for the opportunity to be a part of such an established team,” said Becker. “I look forward to leveraging my background and knowledge here at Momentum.”

Momentum Management focuses on all aspects of labor services, including installation, dismantle and supervision for tradeshows and other events. Its mission is to become A New Approach to Labor Management Partnership.

For more information, visit www.momentummgt.com.

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