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Apr 14

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April 14 -- Monroe Township, NJ -- NMR Staging & Events, a full service technology company, has recently appointed Jason Newman as Director of Technical Services for NMR. Replacing Newman as Video Department Head for Staging Operations is Larry Lenoff. Jason Atwell has also been brought on board as a Technical Director. In addition, Doug Whelan and Matthew Marble have been promoted to Technical Directors.

Newman, a production veteran, has an extensive background in broadcast, events, tradeshows, project management, and creative design. Lenoff, having a strong television production background, is an accomplished video editor, engineer, and consultant. Atwell, a Grammy member, specializes in audio, rigging, and lighting from broadcast and corporate conventions to theatre and concert applications. Always looking for the next big gadget, Whelan, a technology guru, has substantial experience in computers, networking, and video. Marble‘s expertise, specializing in tradeshows and expositions, lies in project management, event pre-planning, video, PC hardware, and minor networking.

“As a result of these promotions and new hires, we‘ve already seen great things happening within the departments. The staff values and welcomes these new resources and the administration appreciates the organization and productivity taking place,” states Michael Meduri, President and CEO for NMR, Inc.

A nationwide audio-visual leader, NMR Staging & Events has been in business for twenty five years. NMR can take your next tradeshow booth or corporate meeting from concept to conclusion, achieving ultimate success. For more information, please visit http://www.NMREVENTS.com.

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