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Hamilton Exhibits promotes three executives

Paul Quay

Paul Quay

Hamilton Exhibits, a 63-year-old exhibit design company, has promoted three of its key executives. Titles include director of program management, design director and director of visual media.

“The new titles and responsibilities recognize the depth of abilities and experience these individuals bring,” said Dan Cantor, CEO of Hamilton Exhibits. “These three demonstrate the depth of talent Hamilton has and the benefit our clients gain from those years of experience in the industry.”

Paul Quay has been promoted to director of program management. Since joining Hamilton 13 years ago, Paul has worked as an account executive, account manager, senior account manager and program manager. Paul’s resume includes extensive experience in domestic and international events. Most of his career is in the event and service industry, first as an event manager for an

Josh Frisbie

Josh Frisbie

international hotel chain, then as an event coordinator and later as the national sales manager for the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium. Paul has an MBA and a bachelor’s degree in economics.

 

Josh Frisbie, Hamilton’s new design director, has been with the firm eight years. In his previous position as designer and senior designer, Josh has gained valuable experience in all aspects of exhibit design. As design director, he will lead the team to create real-world experiences of clients’ brands through exhibit, environment and event design. Josh earned a bachelor’s of science in design technology with an emphasis in exhibit design from Bemidji State University in Minnesota.

Aaron Kester

Aaron Kester

Aaron Kester has been appointed director of visual media. As a 12-year veteran with Hamilton, he has handled many areas of service within the graphic department and strengthens the company’s capabilities in new materials and technologies. Aaron and his team provide all graphic production for the firm, including graphic design, large-format printing, and tension fabric structures. He studied visual communications at the University of Indianapolis.

 

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