Westbury National Welcomes New Partner, Frank Gerstein

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TORONTO, CANADA--Westbury National Show Systems Ltd. is happy to welcome Frank Gerstein as a new partner in the audiovisual installations and event services company. Gerstein comes to Westbury National with extensive commercial real estate, capital markets, and national retail operations experience. Gerstein’s responsibilities at Westbury National include an active role in on-going operations, as well as growth and strategic planning. “I was very excited when the opportunity arose to join Westbury as I have a genuine interest in the industry, as well as a long standing respect for the company, all that it has accomplished, and it’s future growth potential” Gerstein notes.

With such a diverse and rich background, Gerstein plans to “grow the company while at the same time capitalize on the enormous goodwill, human expertise and professionalism that exists within Westbury.”

Gerstein first began his relationship with Westbury National more than 20 years ago as a client, producing large charitable events with Westbury National’s Show Services division covering the audio, video, lighting and staging aspects of production. “I couldn’t be more excited to be joining the successful and long-standing partnership that is Westbury and look forward to sharing and expanding upon that success with my contributions.”

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