LMG Announces the Promotion of Rich Tate, Vice President of LMG
ORLANDO, FL – LMG, a national provider of video, audio, lighting and LED, is excited to announce the promotion of Rich Tate to Vice President, LMG.
Rich joined LMG in 2015 and has nearly 30 years of marketing and sales AV industry experience. He has held several roles since joining LMG in 2015 and has been responsible for overseeing client engagement, business development, marketing, and overall sales performance nationwide. Over the last year, Rich has been instrumental in the development and execution of virtual and hybrid solutions for clients.
As Vice President, Rich will provide leadership, direction, and strategy for the LMG sales and support teams to ensure flawless execution and client satisfaction.
LMG is a member of Entertainment Technology Partners (ETP), a parent company to a collection of exceptional brands in the events and entertainment industry. Rich’s promotion is one of several strategic changes to the ETP leadership team, positioning the organization for future growth. To learn more about the ETP leadership changes, visit etp.net.
About LMG: Founded in 1984, LMG utilizes video, audio, lighting and LED technology to go beyond the conventional to create extraordinary experiences. We believe in creating strong partnerships with our clients and executing events ﬂawlessly using our vast inventory of state-of-the-art equipment and technical expertise. We’re located in Orlando, Las Vegas, Nashville, Seattle and San Jose. For more information, visit www.lmg.net.
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