The People: Nov. 12, 2012
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The Glenn Group, a Nevada advertising, interactive and public relations agency, has hired Amy Beck as a public relations account executive and Tom Duffy as a digital developer.
Carolynn Berardi Towbin, president and CEO of Towbin Automotive in Henderson, has been nominated for the 2013 Time Dealer of the Year award. Towbin will be honored Feb. 9 at the 96th annual National Automobile Dealers Association Convention and Exposition in Orlando, Fla. The Time Dealer of the Year award is one of the industry’s most prestigious honors.
Anne Calarco is president and managing partner of Las Vegas’ Level Property Management, which offers full-service management solutions for homeowners associations. She has more than 14 years of experience managing community associations in Nevada.
Associa Nevada South Community Manager Pam Tigert has been elected to the Nevada Community Associations Institute chapter’s board of directors for a three-year term. Tigert’s duties include attending local CAI events and meetings and promoting CAI to the real estate industry.
Dan Williams has been named chief operating officer of Three Square Food Bank. He brings 33 years of experience to the nonprofit group. He started his career as produce manager for Alpha Beta and Skaggs grocery stores and became center store manager for Lucky’s supermarkets 11 years later. In 1994, he became assistant store director for Three Square’s largest food donor, Albertsons, then was promoted to store director and group store director, where he led 250 people and oversaw $50 million a year in revenue.
Lana Gruell and Marcia K. Hopper have been hired as sales executives at KTUD-TV of Las Vegas. Gruell spent 15 years in the mortgage industry before joining the station. Hopper spent eight years at ClubSport of Green Valley, where she worked in membership sales.
Rick Bunch has been named general superintendent at Forte Specialty Contractors. Bunch has more than 25 years experience managing large-scale construction projects. He will be responsible for cost management, planning and directing for field activities and contracts.
Jennifer Turner has been named CEO of the Grand Canyon Resort Corp. Often referred to as Hualapai Tourism, the company is fully owned by the Hualapai Tribe, which manages Grand Canyon West, Hualapai River Runners and the Hualapai Lodge on Historic Route 66. Turner has a degree from Saginaw Valley State University and management experience with tribal-owned lodging, retail and tourism businesses.