Richard Graham began in January 2006, and did his first stadium opening within six months. He’s done over 37 more facility openings since then. He understands the issues that arise during various events, and he has your solutions. Working with a variety of clients keeps his job interesting. He can go from talking to a company’s CEO to the Foreman in an oilfield to a High School Athletic Director in three calls. He can assist with anything. To Rich, the most important assets are the customers and patrons. Rich is the 6’6” bald guy we send to tradeshows.
Why should a company choose to work with you for their crowd control needs instead of just shopping around? With 16 years experience, I can recommend the best solution with the vast amount of products we carry.
What do you love about working in Tamis’ sales department? It is better to consult an expert in the industry instead of a online order processor.
What was the best project you’ve ever worked on and why? The Steelers Hall of Honor. It was great to be able to assist with the layout design and products for my hometown team.
What was the most complicated problem you solved for a client? The Alamodome needed 1000 belt stanchions delivered within a week and I made it happen.
Why do you do what you do? I have always been a sports fan, so I take great pride in the service I provide to stadiums & arenas.