Jeff Gau Ties the Knot; Marco Rocks Technology Tradeshow; Seton Hall Honors Frank Cannata; and SDG and BTA Take a Bite out of the Big Apple
Let’s Stay Together (Above)
Congratulations and best wishes to Marco’s Jeff Gau and bride Melinda Sanders who were married recently. Gau opened up about their nuptials in his blog, writing, “We make each other better.”
Seton Hall University’s Alberto Institute honored our own Frank G. Cannata with the Monsignor Joseph Granato Italian Culture Award in acknowledgement of his lifelong support and contributions to his alma mater. Pictured with Cannata are (from left to right): Prof. William Connell, La Motta Chair; Dr. Karen Boroff, Interim Provost; and Dr. Mary Meehan, Interim President.
Imaging World Leaders
Cannata welcomes dear friend Bob Goldberg, BTA general counsel, at the reception prior to the awards ceremony at Seton Hall University. Goldberg led the applause for Cannata’s keynote address in which he urged students to think globally when considering their futures.
Hail to our Chief
Joining the celebration honoring Frank Cannata at Seton Hall University were industry notables Danielle Wolowitz of Kyocera (second from left) and her husband Chris Wolowitz (far left); Larry Weiss of Atlantic, Tomorrow’s Office (third from left) and his wife Linda Weiss (center); and Frank Cannata, Carol Cannata and CJ Cannata.
Hitting the Jackpot
Marco’s “Hitting the Technology Jackpot” event welcomed leaders in the print, IT, and voice industries, including Rick Taylor (right).
Can’t Fight This Feeling
It was an amazing closing night at Marco’s Technology Tradeshow as REO Speedwagon brought down the house with a private concert, showcasing its greatest hits and fan favorites.
Sharp’s Mike Marusic (left) and Jeff Gau take a breather during the REO Speedwagon concert outside Sharp’s private suite.
Select Dealer Indeed!
Frank Cannata and DPOE’s Chip Micelli share a laugh at Select Dealer Group’s (SDG) welcome dinner at La Sirena in New York City on September 18.
Access Japan 2018
Our executive team brings our August SIP about our visits with the Japanese Big Six to life during a panel discussion at SDG’s meeting in New York, September 18″“19. Our entire Access Japan 2018 initiative is sponsored by GreatAmerica Financial Services.
Colleagues from far and wide enjoyed dinner together in at New York City hot spot Del Frisco’s in Rockefeller Center while attending BTA’s National Conference. From left to right: Jim Donnellon of Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises; Matt McGuire of Clover Imaging Group; Josie Heskje of GreatAmerica Financial Services; CJ Cannata; Aaron Dyck of Clover Imaging Group; and Kim Louden, GreatAmerica Financial Services.
Frank G. Cannata moderates a panel on production print at the BTA’s 2018 National Conference held in New York City, September 19″“21. From left to right: Xerox’s Helene Blanchette, Ricoh’s John Fulena, Canon’s Eric Hawkinson, EFI’s Frank Mallozzi, and Konica Minolta’s Dino Pagliarello.
Always a pleasure to entertain our out-of-town colleagues visiting New York with a special evening at Tiro A Segno, a private Italian American club in New York’s Greenwich Village. From left to right: Frank G. Cannata, Bob Goldberg, Jim Donnellon, Carol Cannata, Josie Heskje, CJ Cannata, Lexmark’s Phil Boatman (seated), XMC’s Sean Seward, GreatAmerica’s Kim Louden, and Tim Renegar, Kelly Office Solutions.
Hit Me with Your Best Shot
CJ Cannata congratulates (from left to right) Jim Donnellon, Josie Heskje, Bob Goldberg, and Phil Boatman on their marksmanship in Tiro A Segno’s indoor rifle range.