Sho-Link Inc, an I&D service company, has named three new additions to its team.
Jim Genzano will be the new regional operations manager. This announcement was made by Scott Rudel, president of Sho-Link.
“We are excited to have Jim Genzano as a part of the operations management team,” said Rudel. “Jim’s extensive industry knowledge, and focus on customer satisfaction has been an asset for the company.”
Jim joined Sho-Link as a lead man during LA Auto in November 2006; he was promoted to Southern California city manager in January 2007. During his 13 years in the industry, he has worked as a runner, warehouse man, traveling lead man, show floor coordinator and also spent time working with an exhibit builder.
“Working for Sho-Link has been a tremendous experience,” said Gezano. “I am fortunate to be surrounded by caring mentors and hardworking, knowledgeable professionals. I look forward to the new opportunity and in helping Sho-Link thrive for many years.”
He will continue to be the Southern California City Manager along with his new responsibilities.
Sho-Link has also announced the additions of Steve Watson and Josh Manning.
Steve Watson joins Sho-Link as Washington D.C. and Baltimore city manager. With more than 15 years of experience in the I&D industry, and using his problem solving and expertise in carpentry skills, Steve is a welcome addition to the Sho-Link family.
Prior to joining Sho-Link, Steve worked as a journeyman for a scenic carpentry business. He also worked for Off Broadway musicals as a carpenter. Eventually, Steve was introduced to the I&D industry and worked for Zenith for more than 10 years as a traveling supervisor. Previous to this, Steve was self-employed at Pirates Cove, his bar/restaurant business.
“We are excited and fortunate that we have been able to procure the services of Steve,” said Joe O’Reilly, regional operations manager. “He has a wealth of experience not just in Washington D.C. and Baltimore area but throughout the country. He is an example for commitment and dedication. His attention to detail and service is bar none and will be a valued asset and addition to the Sho-Link family.”
Josh Manning has joined Sho-Link as Dallas city manager.
Josh Manning, Dallas native, has been involved in the tradeshow industry most of his life. Josh has five years working experience and has been with Sho-Link for two years. During that time, he has worked on a variety of booths, from small to large double-deckers. There have been large projects he is proud to be a part of including the Fort Worth Museum of History and Science.
“Josh has already proven himself as a leader on the show floor for Sho-Link,” said Rob West, regional operations manager. “Adding him to our management team can only be a plus for everyone as he brings a fresh new look to our Dallas team. I am looking forward to working with Josh and supporting him in his continued advancement within the Sho-Link family.”