February 26, 2007 |
Nimlok partners are increasing by the minute! Everyone wants to be a part of the Nimlok exhibition group having heard that they are the top exhibition stand and display solutions providers worldwide.
Nimlok Kentucky have recruited Matt Trueblood as a new sales person fresh out of a two week boot camp at Nimlok Chicago learning all the tricks of the trade. Matt commented ‘I came to Chicago with very little knowledge of what was done here and how it was done. I just thought that we took things out of boxes and shipped them on their way. How wrong I was! I have spent time with every department and gained first hand knowledge of all their processes, I know that this programme will help me in my success at Nimlok Kentucky’.
Also hot off the press, Nimlok Minnesota have changed their name from ABF Displays to Nimlok Minnesota. To commemorate the day they held an open house that attracted 150 people from 98 companies during a four hour period. A spectacular event was had by all.
Nimlok Dallas has expanded so much this year that they have now moved to larger premises. Exhibition sales are up and Steve Kinder has a highly motivated team ready to hit the exhibition sales jackpot in 2007!
Nimlok Philadelphia’s brand new 12,000 square foot exhibition facility was celebrated with an open house. A ribbon cutting ceremony commenced the event, attended by the local chamber “ambassadors “. This was then followed by two training sessions. Formalities over, the afternoon event saw the facility converted to a Las Vegas style casino complete with all the gambling tables! Food and drink were in abundance and the attendance was excellent. Nimlok Philadelphia are proud to have turned their dream of becoming the regions number 1 source for exhibition stand and display solutions, into reality.
Newly renovated exhibition facilities at Nimlok West Georgia have seen an increase in sales due to the branding they now have, and a greater opportunity to talk to higher quality and larger clients that previously, they would never have been able to approach.