PRG has announced that Tim Brennan has rejoined its operations in Las Vegas as sales and customer development executive. Brennan is tapped to develop lighting and theatrical solutions for customers in a variety of markets including theatre, television, concert touring, clubs, and themed environments.

"We're delighted that Tim has returned to PRG," remarked Jere Harris, PRG's chairman and CEO. "With a wealth of industry experience and resources from his days at Cinema Services and Martin Professional, we look forward to having him continue expanding PRG's business in one of our fastest growing geographical markets."

Brennan got an early start in his entertainment career by accompanying his father, Jim Brennan, founder of Cinema Services, to visit clients at television events and theatres. Before moving to Martin Professional where he was director of sales for rental and production for Martin US, Brennan served as general manager for Towards 2000 and Matthews Studio Group, both based in Las Vegas.

During his career, Brennan has been involved with designing and managing some of the most diverse and unique projects in the world: theatrical installations and productions at the Paris Hotel and Casino, Mandalay Bay, Bellagio Conservatory, and Wynn Hotel and Casino; touring productions such as Phish, Blues Traveler, and Feld Entertainment; clubs and themed environments such as Ra at Luxor Hotel, Rain, Ghost Bar and Skin at Palms Hotel and Casino, C2K at the Venetian Hotel, and Rum Jungle at the Mandalay Bay Hotel; television productions such as the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, 2002 Winter Olympics at Salt Lake City, and numerous US and World Figure Skating Championships.

Brennan holds a bachelors degree in Philosophy and Government from the University of San Francisco and has attended University College, Oxford, England; the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco; and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles and New York.