Sho-Link Incorporated, a premier installation and dismantle service company, has promoted Jesse Reyna to Southern Texas city manager.This promotion demonstrates Sho-Link’s continued commitment to employee pride and recognition.
Reyna started working with Sho-Link in 2005 as a Las Vegas lead man. He quickly became a popular, traveling supervisor and was promoted to San Antonio city manager. Reyna will oversee the entire southern region of Texas which includes San Antonio, Austin and Houston.
“I have been with Sho-Link about 14 years now, and I have enjoyed every minute of it,” says Reyna. “I started in the tradeshow business in 1982 for a Texas company. I traveled 12 years all over the world doing exhibits in petroleum business at places like Beijing, Singapore, Amsterdam and Norway. I went to work for Freeman San Antonio, and then transferred to Freeman Las Vegas. My last 10 years in Las Vegas was working for Sho-Link before moving back to Texas. My goal is to train and mentor the young Texas carpenters to provide the clients the same quality of workers and service throughout the United States.”
Regional and Division Director Jim Genzano says, “We are happy to promote Jesse Reyna to Southern Texas city manager. Jesse is in tune with our clients’ needs and has earned respect with his consistent work ethic and tireless efforts. Jesse embodies our core values and is relentless in going the extra mile.”
Senior Director of Field Operations Rob West adds, “Reyna’s passion for customer service is an outstanding asset for Sho-Link as we move forward.”
Established as a cooperative in 1993 by an elite group of national exhibit houses, Sho-Link is a nationwide, high-quality I&D supplier with competent and experienced labor providing consistent service and know-how. Their focus is on managing the unexpected, as a true partner, in the many diversified fields of installation and dismantle that include tradeshows, museums, corporate environments, private events and retail installations. For more info, visit www.sho-link.com.