A COVID-19 Update From ADEX
There is a lot of uncertainty in our communities right now. We are, like all of you, doing our best to stop the spread of COVID-19 by practicing the CDC’s recommended guidelines on cleanliness, sanitization, and social distancing. ADEX also recognizes that human beings are a social species. As veterans of the events industry, we may know this more than most. While we do what is necessary for the health and wellness of our community, our country, and the world, ADEX still plans to connect with and support our partners in business, in our industry, and beyond.
These are unchartered waters. With each day comes a new challenge, but through them all ADEX will remain committed to supporting our clients. Our team will continue to think creatively about how we provide our goods and services to support the marketing needs of our clients.
As we do, we have decided to occasionally feature an ADEX employee as part of a “get to know us” series on our blog. It’s just our way of saying hi and hopefully spreading our positive energy to each of you.
Meet Glenn Mojzer of ADEX below!
How long have you been a part of the ADEX team?
What is your position?
Trade Show and Event Specialist.
What does that mean?
What the client wants I make sure happens and that the bottom line is within ADEX budgets and estimates.
What does that really mean you do?
I interact with the client and mediate with the staff and management of ADEX after it’s been ascertained what the client wants to do at a trade show or event. That includes any necessary coordination of logistics, services, and writing directives for other departments in order to get components and elements out the door.
Craziest thing you’ve seen while traveling?
…I know what it was. It was in New York City back in, I want to say 1987, in the back of one of the hotels for a medical show. There was a car in the way of a trailer, trying to get from a garage to a dock, and a forklift came out and lifted the car so a truck could get in. Just put it out of the way on the side of the road. That was too bizarre.
What is the most disgusting thing you’ve ever eaten?
Venison. It didn’t sit well with me and it was here at ADEX when we had Thanksgiving.
If you weren’t a Trade Show and Event Specialist what would you want to do?
Pour beer at a brewery in Cincinnati.
What is your favorite ADEX memory?
I guess my first sale when I was in the sales department. I went to Kansas City to what was, at the time, Marion Laboratories. It was representing the company as a progressive company with heritage and I was part of the design process. It was just me out there on my own. It was exciting.
Close your eyes for this one…Where is your happy place?
Hilton Head Island… On the beach… In August.
Who do you think we should feature next?