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TMB Welcomes Bryan Reiss

TMB Welcomes Bryan Reiss

New Products. New Customers. New People! TMB announces the expansion of its North American Sales Group with the addition of Bryan Reiss. Bryan arrives at TMB NY with over 15 years experience in our industry. His role will be primarily in Customer Development; enhancing customer relations and service, increasing awareness of TMB's innovative products and value-added services, and strengthening and expanding TMB's Northeast customer base.

A graduate of Adelphi University where he earned a BFA in Theater Design, the New Jersey native began his working career as Technical Director with the touring production of Peter Pan. After ten years in Executive Sales at legendary Bash Theatrical, and then PRG, Bryan joins TMB after stints in Sales Management at BML Blackbird Theatrical Services and Altman Lighting.

"Bryan has the perfect combination of sales experience with hands-on touring and theatrical experience," says Linda McDonald, TMB NY Sales Manager. "His career path is ideal for TMB Sales: First doing shows, then supporting shows, and now servicing those who support the shows!"

"My early years on the road were a great boot camp," explains Bryan. "Dealing with various personalities - designers, stagehands, actors - taught me how to listen!"

Bryan adds, "At Bash, then at PRG, BML, and Altman I came to know TMB and always appreciated their commitment to quality and attention to detail. I witnessed their outstanding growth, and how they remained personable and service oriented. Thus when TMB's CEO Colin Waters offered me the job, I knew firsthand what the company was about and that I would be at home here. I look forward to the fast pace and the opportunity of joining a thriving industry leader - an organization that is original enough to not forget their origins!"

With locations in Los Angeles, London, New York, Toronto and Beijing, TMB's Sales Group has a regional and global outreach. Find out more about TMB and its many products and services at Reiss

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