Larry Arnaudet and Freeman Part Ways, Effective November 1st

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Dallas – Larry Arnaudet, Executive VP of Sales, Exposition Services for Freeman, will be leaving the company on November 1st, after 23 years, following a mutually agreeable separation.  Joe Popolo, President & CEO of Freeman,  says, “Larry has been a key contributor to our company  for many years and he will be missed.”   Martin Moggre and Mike Bruley will step into the role of directing the sales efforts of Freeman.  Both of them are VPs of Sales Administration and have worked with Arnaudet at Freeman for 14 years.  Also during the transition, Bob Lozier, Executive VP for Freeman’s Executive Sales Group,  will be working closely with Moggre and Bruley.

In 1981, Arnaudet was working for Greyhound Exposition Services in New Orleans in a management role when Freeman acquired six of Greyhound’s Eastern offices. He became VP of Sales Administration for Freeman, then moved to the Dallas corporate office in the late ‘80s as the company grew.

As we go to press, Arnaudet was traveling and could not be reached.

Freeman is a full-service general contractor with 3,500 full-time employees and 78 offices in the U.S. and Canada.  The company produces 3,600 shows and 7,000 other events.  Reach Ellen Beckert, Corporate Director of Marketing & Communications, Freeman at (214) 670-9089 or ellen.beckert@freemanco.com.