TAGS: coin-op news, vending, bulk vending, National Entertainment Network, Jim Sevalt, claw vending machines, NEN executive management team, amusement company, Rainbow Crane
BROOMFIELD, CO -- National Entertainment Network said it has promoted Jim Sevalt to senior vice-president. With the promotion, Sevalt also becomes a member of the NEN executive management team. He had been vice-president of field operations.
Sevalt is a 24-year NEN veteran. In his new post, he will continue to manage field operations, which includes oversight of a nationwide network of offices, providing tactical direction to senior area managers and monitoring revenue. He is now also responsible for business plan targets and optimizing assets and manufacturing.
NEN is the United States' largest amusement and bulk vending company, running more than 150,000 pieces of coin-operated equipment. It distributes thousands of toys and other items through crane (claw) machines in the largest retailers and restaurant chains, and employs some 700 merchandising professionals. NEN also owns Rainbow Crane, a manufacturer of claw machines.