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This 30-minute webinar discussed trends in technology applications, including overcoming legacy systems, the challenges in converting static signage to digital in very public spaces and the trend moving to direct-view LED.
Featured discussion leaders include:
David Saleme, Senior Manager, Revenue Development, John Glenn International Airport
Michael Oram, Concessions Manager, McCarran International Airport
- Joe Petrie, Executive Editor of Airport Business Magazine (Moderator)
Speaker Bios: David Saleme joined the Columbus Regional Airport Authority in October 1996. He was hired under the General Counsel’s office, with a focus on concessions and real estate. Throughout his time with CRAA, he has been responsible for terminal and concession development at John Glenn Columbus International Airport (formerly Port Columbus), and is now primarily responsible for managing the in airport advertising program. Saleme’s other efforts at John Glenn Airport include the negotiating and drafting of concession agreements, rental car agreements, bid packages, requests for proposal, land and building leases, airline lease amendments, minimum standards and other agreements with a broad spectrum of airport tenants and operators.
Michael Oram has more than 10 years of experience in the airport concession industry, including planning, development and implementation of the concession program for the new International Terminal at McCarran International Airport. During his time at McCarran, he has been responsible for the management of Specialty Retail, News & Gift, Gaming, Food & Beverage and Indoor and Outdoor advertising agreements. Oram is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism at Valley High School.
Moderator Bio: Joe Petrie is Editor-in-Chief of Airport Business magazine, the largest and most trusted magazine focused on airports in North America. Petrie has spent the past decade writing about the most cutting-edge topics related to transportation and policy in a variety of sectors with an emphasis on transportation issues for the past five years.