The Service Companies Announces Leadership Move to Las Vegas

MIAMI (May 24, 2012) – Marking its 25th anniversary year, The Service Companies has made a major commitment to the gaming industry with the relocation of its leadership team headed up by Steve Wilson, President and CEO, to Las Vegas. A leader in heart of the house hospitality management, The Service Companies has nearly 400 clients in 40 states, the Caribbean and Mexico with 6000 employees. Casino cleaning services provided include turnkey housekeeping, EVS cleaning and stewarding, window and chandelier cleaning, landscaping and valet parking. The move is effective immediately.

“There’s no substitute for being as close as possible to your customers,” said Wilson. “And it was unanimous that having a leadership presence in Las Vegas, to best serve our clients, to demonstrate our commitment to the industry, and to support our casino cleaning services teams, was in the cards. We look forward to the next 25 years and growing our business from this Las Vegas headquarters.”

“We are excited to be a gaming supplier that is headquartered in Las Vegas,” stated Mike Rosenow, Chief Compliance Officer & Senior Vice President of Human Resources of The Service Companies. “This move provides us access to the best talent in the gaming industry and allows us to keep innovating our human resource products and services,” he continued.

This announcement follows on the heels of the expansion of the company management team. Thomas Mason was recently appointed to the new position of Vice President of Operations. Other senior appointments in the past six months have included Anthony Tricase, Vice President of Customer Satisfaction, and Mike Gaudiosi, Vice President of Operations, Vacation Ownership and East Coast.

The new office is based out of the Hughes Corporate Center in the heart of Las Vegas, bordered by E Flamingo Road on the south, Sands Ave. on the north, Paradise Road on the east, and Howard Hughes Parkway on the west.

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