Carson Hotard Joins Event Transportation Systems as Enterprise Development Manager 

Event Transportation Systems (ETS) recently welcomed Carson Hotard to the role of Enterprise Development Manager. In this role, Carson will manage site operations for industry events, drive improvement of company procedures, and maintain and develop customer relationships. 

Prior to joining ETS, Carson was Production Engineer at Daily Thermetrics in Houston, TX. He graduated with honors from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2016 with BS/MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering. 

 

“Carson’s background in engineering provides a unique set of skills to our company and the industry at large,” says Eric Hotard, CEO of ETS. “We believe his knowledge and expertise will be an asset in keeping ETS at the forefront of innovation for our stakeholders.” 

Eric built ETS with knowledge gained from experience working with his parents, founders of Hotard Coachesthe Gulf Coast’s largest transportation provider. Eric says he is looking forward to offering the same guidance and opportunity to Carson. 

“This an industry that runs deep in my family history,” says Carson. “And with the reputation and contacts that both of my parents (Eric Hotard and Camille Stern) have developed over the past several decades, I consider myself very fortunate to have such a solid foundation for future success. As Enterprise Development Manager at ETS, my goal is to improve the legacy that my father has built in providing industry-leading service, technology, and efficiency.” 

About Event Transportation Systems 

Meeting, conference and event planners know where to go when they need reliable, customized ground transportation services across North America—Event Transportation Systems (ETS). With more than 35 years of experience in providing customized solutions, ETS goes where you go. For more information, visit www.eventtrans.com. 

 

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