Las Vegas, NV. – May 23, 2024 – TMS is thrilled to announce the expansion of our office in Las Vegas, marking a significant milestone as we continue to invest in the city and gear up for our 30th anniversary in 2025. Over the years, TMS has supported many of the largest and most complex live events, including the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), as well as the Inaugural Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), World Market Center and Allegiant Stadium Gameday Transportation Management.TMS Las Vegas Office

Our new office, conveniently located next to the Las Vegas Convention Center, will serve as a prime location for customers and partners to hold pre-event planning meetings. This expansion also includes the establishment of a new training program for our Las Vegas-based staff, ensuring they are equipped with the latest skills and knowledge to continue delivering exceptional service.

“With this expansion, we will be better equipped to invest in cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of event organizers and venue operators,” said Mike Moulton, President at TMS. “As we approach our 30th anniversary in 2025, we are excited to expand our footprint in Las Vegas, a city synonymous with innovation and growth. This expansion reflects our unwavering commitment to investing in our employees’ development and fostering a culture of creativity and collaboration. Our new office will be a hub for pioneering event transportation, logistics, and venue solutions, empowering all stakeholders within the live event industry. We look forward to continuing our legacy of excellence and driving forward the future of live events.”

TMS is proud of our storied history and looks forward to many more years of supporting and enhancing the live event industry with our innovative solutions.

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From left to right: Mike Moulton, Don Hadden, Melanie Johnston, Dan Sherman, and Pete Kirschner