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Let’s Pave President Named to SPECS Show 2020 Advisory Board

Posted by Mike Rosen on June 10, 2019

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Advisory BoardWe are pleased to announce that our president and founder C.B. Kuzlik has been named a member of the 2020 Advisory Board to the SPECS Show, an annual event attended by retail and restaurant corporate executives involved in the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of stores and restaurants nationwide. Chain Store Age is the event sponsor.

Now in its 56th year, SPECS will host its 2020 conference in Dallas, at the Gaylord Texan, March 15-17. The 2020 Advisory Board, which is comprised of approximately 45 industry leaders both from leading retail chains and key supplier organizations, will advise on the educational program for the 2020 conference, as well as serve as ambassadors for the entire event.

“It is an honor to have been selected to the SPECS Show 2020 Advisory Board,” said Kuzlik. “SPECS is the leading educational event focused on physical retail space. My experience working with retail facilities professionals nationwide has enlightened me to their daily challenges, especially concerning the upkeep of their pavement assets. I intend to leverage the insight I have gained over the years, along with the expertise of the other board members, to help make SPECS 2020 the best conference yet!”

Regarding Kuzlik’s appointment to the board, Chain Store Age’s SPECS Program Director Deena M. Amato-McCoy said, “The right board will ensure a top-notch program.  For 2020, we have a board that will guarantee success.”

Mr. Kuzlik and the rest of the board meet in Chicago on June 3-4, 2019, to begin planning next year’s sessions, and will reconvene in Orlando on October 15, 2019, to put the finishing touches on the program. For more information on SPECS, visit www.specsshow.com.

About the Author

Mike Rosen, VP Operations & Partner, has spent the majority of his career in construction management developing and growing businesses. Prior to joining Let’s Pave, he spent time in pavement maintenance and residential construction before starting and managing his own service business for several years. Currently, Rosen is responsible for overseeing the operational team, customer and contractor relations, and internal operational systems.

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