Sho-Link Incorporated, a premier installation and dismantle service company, announced new additions to its team and chose their 2013 employee of the year.
Joining the Las Vegas Team as the new Sho-Link City Manager, John Levey brings over 20 years of convention and tradeshow industry experience. Levey’s experience is primarily in management of labor and resources for general contractors.
“I embrace a hands-on, service oriented approach to our business and am ready and available to assist with our clients’ needs,” said Levey.
While John Levey is enjoying his time acclimating to his new position as city manager, he also loves spending time at home with his wife and two children.
Joining Sho-Link last September, Mark Meyer is now the assistant foreman. Starting as an I&D foreman with GES in Portland, Ore., then relocating to Las Vegas in 2007 to become operations manager, Meyer has been on the I&D side of the tradeshow industry for 20 years. Meyer is excited and prepared for the new challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Serving as a part of the Sho-Link Family for eight years as a lead floor manager and traveling supervisor, Leandra (Gomes) Spontak has stepped into a new role as Southern California Assistant Manager. Spontak will be coordinating labor for the Los Angeles and Anaheim areas, working with members during preshow planning and continuing to lead jobs.
Chosen as Sho-Link’s 2013 “Employee of the Year” is Mike DeGiacomo. Going above and beyond the past year through strategic communication and providing excellent crews for clients, DeGiacomo made members very happy. Through hard work and dedication, DeGiacomo has set a strong standard for himself and his crew and is being recognized for his efforts.
“Since Mike took over as City Manager of Chicago he has continually exceeded expectations in every way, going the extra mile to ensure a superior level of service to our members. He should be proud of his accomplishments this year,” said Rob West, regional operations manager, Sho-Link.
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