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February '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • February 2018 • 25 Dallas-based GSG (Graphic Solutions Group), a supplier to the screen, sign, digital imaging and embroidery indus- tries, promotes long-time employee Van George to sign segment manager. George fills a position recently vacated with the creation of a director of national accounts role at the organiza- tion. With the transition, former sign segment manager Matt Smith now serves as director of national accounts. In addition, the company announces that Erika Jasso has been hired for the role of customer events manager, over- seeing the company's popular "GSG U" classes. New York City-based media and advertising company Clear Channel International has hired Richard Cross to the newly created role of chief digital transforma- tion officer. In his new position he will be responsible for leading the digi- tal strategy at the heart of what the company describes as its "tech-fueled transformation" and driving the collab- orative efforts across CCI's 18 markets to achieve this. Cross is leading CCI's central IT team, whose vast oversight includes business intelligence, live services, information security and the technologies underpinning the com- pany's programmatic offering. Fargo, North Dakota-based Heat Transfer Warehouse, a distributor of heat transfer materials, announces the addition of Laura Pliscott as its newest order fulfill- ment specialist at the Fargo Warehouse. She will be responsible for filling customer orders and helping convert material. Pliscott is currently a student at North Dakota State University study- ing business administration, where she heard about the job opportunity. BondCote Corp., the American branch of Germany-based textile manufacturer HEYtex, has appointed Martin Denney to the position of vice president of BondCote, replacing the retiring Ted Anderson, who managed the company for more than 14 years. Denney comes to BondCote with a background in both operations and sales, including more than 10 years in a global company where he was responsible for the pro- duction of technical textiles. HEYtex acquired Pulaski, Virginia-based BondCote in 2015. George Smith Jasso Ted Anderson (left), retired president BondCote Corp.; Dr. Heribert Decher, CEO Heytex Group; and Martin Denney, new president of BondCote Corp. Toronto-based digital signage network com- pany Cineplex Digital Media announces that Fab Stanghieri has been named executive vice president and general manager, replacing Nick Prigioniero, who is retiring after 17 years in the industry. Stanghieri has had a 20-year career at Cineplex in various roles ranging from business development to real estate, including acting as general manager of Cineplex Digital Solutions. Rolling Meadows, Illinois-based Screen Americas, a supplier of wide-format printing systems and components to the digital graphics market, announces the hiring of long-time packaging professional Charlie Brown as its new labels and packaging solutions man- ager. Brown has been in the printing industry 30 years, both on the cus- tomer and production sides of printing. Prior to joining Screen, Brown worked for a multi-facility printing organization. SDG Timeless quality. Timely response. The wholesale custom bronze manufacturer dedicated to monument builders. Gemini offers you unmatched capabilities for custom cast, machined and etched plaques, and cast metal letters. Get fast response to quote requests, design assistance and responsive service. And unlike others, we don't compete with you—we serve you. Learn more. Request your free TIMELESS BRONZE MEMORIALS presentation portfolio or talk to our sales team at 1-800-533-0520, Bronze@GeminiSignProducts.com

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