Chief Executive Officer – Cameron Wall
Cameron Wall has extensive senior management experience in strategic, operational and financial positions managing start-up, small and medium-sized business enterprises. Mr. Wall also provides concession consulting and auditing services to sports and entertainment properties. AEG, the leading live event production and promotion company in the US, is Mr. Wall’s biggest client.
In 2005, Mr. Wall worked as a business development consultant for a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) subcontractor in Afghanistan, providing Afghan entrepreneurs and established businesses with business planning services, finance and accounting training and assistance in accessing capital.
Mr. Wall began his career as an auditor with KPMG and attained the position of Senior Auditor, planning and supervising audits for commercial clients. Mr. Wall was hired by a KPMG client where he joined the management team for two businesses in the health care industry, eventually becoming Corporate Controller. In that position, Mr. Wall managed strategic and financial operations for a $10,000,000 company with 80 full-time employees. Mr. Wall received an International MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management, in 1999. He is a registered Certified Public Accountant.
President – Bill Rayner
Bill Rayner is a high-profile career executive in the sports and entertainment concession industry. His most recent position was Vice President of Business Development for Aramark’s Sports and Entertainment Division, the largest US-based concession company. Prior to Aramark, Mr. Rayner worked 30 years for Ogden Entertainment and attained the position of Vice President, Operations. At Ogden, Mr. Rayner was responsible for operations, business development and client retention for all venues and events in the central US, central Canada and Mexico, more than 60 major accounts. After promotion to Vice President in 1990, Mr. Rayner grew his territory from $50,000,000 to over $120,000,000 in annual sales by 1999.
Mr. Rayner’s responsibilities included management of concession operations for major league and minor league sports venues, large national and regional events as well as other miscellaneous event properties including amphitheaters, race tracks and casinos. A few of his notable accounts included Wrigley Field (MLB’s Chicago Cubs), the SuperDome (NFL’s New Orleans Saints, 3 Super Bowls, Mardi Gras), Conseco Fieldhouse (NBA’s Indiana Pacers), the Corel Center (NHL’s Ottawa Senators), Milwaukee’s Summer Fest and the Ohio State Fair.
TVC is the first marketing and operations company implementing cashless smart card payment systems at sports and entertainment events in the US. Understanding the demanding and constantly changing needs of entertainment event attendees is a critical success factor. To rapidly adjust within this volatile environment, TVC has created a steering committee of senior industry executives. Members include representatives from event properties, venues, concessionaires and POS equipment hardware and software developers. This brings together direct knowledge of customers’ changing needs, operational considerations and functional possibilities.
Total Venue Control Steering Committee Members:
Cameron Wall Chief Executive Officer (TVC)
Event and Venue Management
Steve Hyman President (CCO Entertainment [Consult, Construct and Operate])
George Wright Finance Manager and Concession Manager (New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)
Concession Company Management
Former Vice President, Business Development (Aramark Sports & Entertainment Division)
Former Vice President, Operations (Ogden Entertainment)
General Manager, Concessions and Project Manager (TVC)
President & Owner (Game Time Food and Beverage Services, Inc.)
POS Equipment – Hardware and Software Developers
President, Venue 1, Inc. (formerly Tangent Associates) [Retired – Sept. 2006]
Vice President of Sports and Entertainment (Carts of Colorado)
Former Vice President – Sales (Venue 1, Inc.)