DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Condit Exhibits is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2020. The company’s Denver headquarters are located in a historic railroad depot building and that heritage is something Condit employees can reflect on every day.
The Condit of yesteryear was, and continues to be, an extremely versatile organization. Condit started as an advertising agency and eventually morphed into the exhibit house it is today. The company designs, manufactures and provides event services for companies, museums, and agencies of all sizes both domestically and internationally. That standard for versatility as well as utilizing diverse approaches to challenges are pillars on which Condit still stands.
Founded in 1945 by Bill Condit, the business still bears his name. His son, Randy Condit, is a senior account executive, and his tenure spans nearly 50 years. CEO Mike McGowan has owned the organization since 2008 and has shepherded the business through the financial recession to unprecedented growth.
“75 years blows me away. My dad would be flabbergasted at how Condit has developed and grown through the years. It makes me very proud to be an integral part of this terrific organization.” – Randy Condit
Condit entered 2020 with record-breaking revenue and recently acquired Exhibit Source, Inc., based in Chicago, to increase its geographic footprint. Condit remains a company that prides itself on exceptional customer service, collaborative creative processes, superior craftsmanship, and a vibrant internal culture. As the recipient of numerous design and fabrication awards, including being named one of the Top 40 North American Exhibit Producers in 2019, Condit has and will continue to both set and exceed industry standards.
“Condit’s 75-year legacy is truly impressive and is something I am honored to be a part of,” said CEO Mike McGowan. “I am constantly humbled by the incredible character of our team members, customers, and suppliers who have made this organization what it is today.”
Condit Exhibits has withstood the test of time, remaining a successful and innovative business through the better part of a century. The company refuses to rest on its laurels, however, and continues to focus on the future with the latest exhibit technology, manufacturing methodologies, and sustainable business practices.