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Nick Benway

Nick Benway

Mirror Show Management announces the following new hires: Nick Benway; Caleb Thompson; Liam O’Boyle; Kelly Breitung; and Ian McIntosh.

Benway has been hired as associate project manager. He previously served as technical services coordinator at Gintzler International. He has a bachelor’s degree in business management from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Thompson has been hired as a warehouse coordinator. He previously worked as an apprentice installer for Westwood Specialty Construction.

O’Boyle has been hired as graphic technician. He most recently worked as a purchasing and planning manager at Excelus Solutions. He has a bachelor’s degree in communication, TV and digital film production from SUNY Fredonia.

Breitung has been hired as associate exhibit detailer. She previously worked as visual merchandiser at Raymour & Flanigan. She has a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Cazenovia College.

McIntosh has been hired as remote ExperiDigital PM. He recently worked as director of account management at Native Collaboration. He holds a bachelor’s degree in art education from Nazareth College.

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Caleb Thompson

Caleb Thompson

Liam O’Boyle

Liam O’Boyle

Kelly Breitung

Kelly Breitung

Ian McIntosh

Ian McIntosh

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