Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:54 am
Arts & Entertainment
The Milwaukee Ballet Company announced that Michael Pink, artistic director, has agreed to serve in his position for an additional five years. Pink has been the Ballet’s artistic director since late 2002.
Hospitality & Entertainment
Sheboygan Highland House Restaurant and Bar has named Dennis Radtke as general manager. He has more than 23 years of hospitality management experience and was formerly co-owner of Urbane Restaurant in Sheboygan and also served as a city alderman.
Milwaukee-based Lowlands Group, formerly Diablos Rojos, has added Chef David Spirito as its new culinary director. Spirito played an integral part in developing Trocadero’s new menu and is currently developing the menu for Café Benelux, set to open in the Third Ward in April 2011.
The Wisconsin Business Travel Association recently elected new board members. They include: Bob Gotthart, Kohler Co.; Andrew Aschenbrenner, AirTran Airways; Robert Zimmerman, Marcus Hotels and Resorts; Ann Jackson, Fox World Travel; Natalie Trinkl, Extendicare Health Services; Jesse Funk, Carey Limousine of Wisconsin; Melissa Banigan, Enterprise Rent-A-Car; Dean Opdahl, FIS; and Cathy Moulton, R.W. Baird.
Brookfield-based Shorewest Realtors added several new sales associates. Zachary Eberhardt joined the downtown office; Annie Haider joined the Elmbrook/Wauwatosa Office; Kim Kochendorfer and Julie Balch joined the Kenosha Office and Kristy Plassmeyer and Andrew Uhl joined the New Berlin office.
BuySeasons Inc., New Berlin, recently named Daniel Haight, president and chief executive officer of the company. He will succeed Jalem Gaetz who recently announced his resignation. Haight has been the chief operating officer of the company for the last six years. Terry Rowinski has been promoted to chief operating officer. He has been with BuySeasons for just over two years and previously served as vice president of operations.