Denis O’Brien Joins Main Light West as Account Executive

Denis O'Brien joins Main Light

Main Light, a preeminent dry hire company, has hired Denis O’Brien as an Account Executive who will work from Main Light West in Las Vegas, NV.

Main Light’s business model as the leading industry source for dry hire equipment appeals to O’Brien, as he explains. “Dry hire is a really great model; it lets us help everyone. We get to work with other companies to  provide the gear and solutions they need to support their clients. I like the idea of being able to do that at Main Light.” O’Brien previously worked as an Account Executive with 4Wall in Las Vegas; where during his over 17 years there, he also held the position of Vice President of Business Development. He says, “I’m looking forward to the change of gears in coming to Main Light. I know about 75% of the staff at Main Light, and they’re fantastic. Also, as a company it is very organized and the equipment is well-maintained and new, which will make my job that much easier. I am really looking forward to being part of the Main Light team.”

For O’Brien, he likes the fact that no two days are ever alike, “Whenever you go to work, you know it’s not going to be a Groundhog Day-style job where everything is repeated. Every day there’s a new challenge that you have to fix. It’s not really work for me; I enjoy helping people with lighting. I’ve been around it for so long that I know the answers, or know how to get the answers, and can help people out. They might feel like they’re doomed, but I know that we can figure it out and get them the solutions they need. That is why I think Main Light is a good fit for me, because they are all about getting clients what they need as well.”

Randy Mullican, CEO of Main Light, LLC feels that “Denis is a great addition to the Main Light team. He has a solid knowledge of the industry, and strong experience working in shops to draw upon, plus he is committed to getting customers what they need and helping solve their production challenges.”

O’Brien states, “I’m lucky, I started at age 25, and now that I’m 42, I feel like I have a lot more in the tank experience-wise. I’ve already been around the block a few times, know how to solve most lighting problems, so it’s a good spot to be in and I feel I can really contribute to Main Light’s team. I love my job and I look forward to working with Main Light’s clients.”

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