(Pictured L-R: Jerry Regep and Walter Paleczek)
Sho-Link Inc., a premier installation and dismantle service company, has promoted Walter Paleczek to Chicago assistant manager. This promotion demonstrates Sho-Link’s continued commitment to employee pride and recognition. Paleczek has been a services professional for 30 years. He started his tradeshow career in Chicago with Freeman and Sho-Link in 2003 as a union carpenter. Working with Sho-Link he was promoted to lead man working on various named accounts and training new hires.
“I’ve always enjoyed the tradeshow industry and working with customers from all over the world. There’s always something new to see and learn on every show,” says Paleczek.
“We are all excited that Wally accepted the position of Chicago assistant city manager. With Wally’s eagerness to mentor new lead men he will be a great addition to the Sho-Link family,” says Scott Ciepley, Chicago city manager.
“Wally’s built excellent member relationships through his attention to detail and outstanding communications and customer service skills,” says Jerry Regep, regional operations manager.
Adds Rob West, senior director of field operations, “We are very excited to have Walter join our Chicago management team. As Chicago continues to grow, Walter’s professionalism and outstanding attention to detail and customer service will be an invaluable addition to the team.”
Paleczek has a wide variety of interests’ music, culinary arts, hockey and morotcycling.
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 or call (847) 735-0640.