PSAV Names New Chief Sales and Marketing Officer

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., April 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PSAV announced today the hiring of Ken Wilcox as the event technology company's new Chief Sales and Marketing Officer position. In this new role, Wilcox will be responsible for leading PSAV's sales and marketing functions globally.

"Wilcox joins the PSAV family with a broad experience base with well-known brand/market leaders in industries that range from technology, consumer goods, and waste management," stated Mike McIlwain, PSAV's CEO and President. "He has a proven track record of developing corporate sales and marketing strategies that deliver profitable growth, transforming and leading high performance sales and marketing organizations, and working collaboratively with operations and field teams to drive improved customer engagement. With PSAV's growth, Wilcox's expertise is just what the company needs to assist in leading us in the future."

Wilcox was most recently at Republic Services, where he was Executive Vice President of Sales and Customer Experience. Before joining Republic, he served as Senior Vice President of Sales and Chief Customer Officer for Borden Dairy Company. Prior to that he was Vice President of U.S. Sales and Sales Strategy (Gatorade and Propel) for PepsiCo. He earned his B.A in Business Management and Mass Communications at Slippery Rock University.

About PSAV®

PSAV provides legendary service and innovative technology to create memorable experiences for hotel partners, planners, producers and customers across the hospitality, corporate, association and special event industries. Combining local expertise with the broadest array of event technology, PSAV offers more resources in more places than any other audiovisual partner. PSAV employs more than 5,000 full-time, highly trained professionals in 1,400 destination resorts and hotels throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, Singapore, Europe and the Middle East.

CONTACT: Andee Oleno 480.905.3445Source: PSAV Presentation Services