LMG, a national provider of video, audio and lighting support, recently completed construction and moved into its new 74,000-square-foot Las Vegas facility, which is officially open for business. To supplement the video and audio inventory in Las Vegas, the company also invested in a full line of lighting gear for that location to better serve clients in a full-service capacity across the country. The new office and warehouse is located on Windy Street, right off the Las Vegas Strip.
The demand for our services has increased significantly over the past few years, said Les Goldberg, president of LMG. Building a new facility in Vegas and adding a complete lighting department to that office is part of our long-term growth strategy and will help us better serve clients as a full service provider of video, audio and lighting technology.
In related news, Jeffrey Boyce recently joined LMG as an account executive in the companys Las Vegas office. In this role, he will handle sales, project and account management with the firm's show services team in Las Vegas.
Prior to joining LMG, Boyce has more than 20 years experience integrating multi-media with live event production, ranging from technical director on international shows for IBM and MetLife to national multi-media development manager serving clients such as Bombardier, Nintendo and Philips. He has recently worked as technical director at the Loews Miami Beach, Mandalay Bay and Paris Las Vegas hotels.
Boyce attended Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute where he was the recipient of the Ontario Scholar Award and graduated with honors.
Phil Bengtson recently joined LMG as an account executive in the companys Orlando headquarters. In his new position, he will handle sales, and project and account management for the firms show services business unit.
An entertainment industry veteran, Bengtson has more than two decades of experience. From 1986 to 2006, he worked for Walt Disney World where he held multiple positions, including production planner, audio/visual entertainment manager and audio crew chief. For a brief period, he also worked at Stations Casino in Kansas City as a senior audio engineer.