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Momentum Management makes changes in preparation for 2014

Momentum Management, a provider of tradeshow labor services, appointed two city managers and made another employee change.

Jeremy Kitchens
Jeremy Kitchens

“These changes are a great step in our efforts to not only prepare for what is going to be a fantastic 2014, but also allow us to promote from within,” said Randy Bott, president and CEO, Momentum Management.

Assuming the role of city manager for San Francisco and Northern California is Jeremy Kitchens, who brings a depth of experience and leadership skills to the company. He replaces Mike Lavorini in this role.

“I believe Jeremy’s presence here makes Momentum the strongest company for labor services in the San Francisco market,” said Lavorini.

Lavorini, employed at Momentum for over a decade, will continue to support San Francisco and Northern California in a new role.

Danny Ortiz
Danny Ortiz

In addition to the changes made in California, Danny Ortiz, who previously worked with Momentum’s Special Operations organization, will replace Kitchens, as Orlando city manager.  Ortiz has been with Momentum for the past two years and has worked with some of its biggest customers nationwide. He also served as the Atlanta city manager at Momentum.

“Jeremy and Danny are proven professionals who have really helped us manage the growth we’ve experienced in recent years. Along with Mike moving to a new role, I believe that we’re now in a perfect place to deliver at even higher standards for our customers across the country,” said Bott.

Momentum’s mission is to become A New Approach to Labor Management Partnership. For more information, visit its website at http://www.momentummgt.com.

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