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Mr. Mark Glaser

Senior Vice President, Operations

Contemporary Services Corporation

Direct Phone: (303) ***-****       

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Contemporary Services Corporation

17101 Superior St

Northridge, California 91325

United States

Company Description

Contemporary Services Canada (CSC) specializes in delivering world class, end-to-end security and event management solutions for large and small scale events across Canada. Our dedicated team of professionals has superior knowledge and practical experie ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Operations

Coors Field

Affiliations

Member of Safety and Security Committee
Major League Soccer

Member of Life Safety Committee
International Association of Assembly Managers , Inc.

Member of Life Safety Committee
IAAM

Member of Life Safety Council
IAVM

Representative
Ticketmaster Corporation

Education

University of Northern Colorado

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Mark is presently serving as CSC's Vice President of Operations and the Regional Manager for the western branches. Mark began his career with CSC in 1987 while he was a student at the University of Northern Colorado. In 1989, Mark moved to Miami to help establish CSC's Joe Robbie Stadium operation where he developed crowd management plans for the new Miami Arena and the Orange Bowl. He moved back to Colorado in 1991 to work in the family business but continued to work for CSC as a supervisor on a part-time basis. He coordinated security plans for the Papal visit events in 1992 and returned to full-time management in 1993 at CSC's new Jacksonville office. Mark developed crowd management plans for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Jacksonville Coliseum, Convention Center and Performing Arts Center. He returned to Colorado in 1996 to assume the Branch Manager position and oversaw the operations at Coors Field, including the 1998 all-star game. A veteran of 10 Super Bowls, Mark completed the Disney Institute's People Management class and received the 1998 CSC Manager of the Year Award. Additionally, he wrote and presented the NFL's Best Practices for Stadium Security and has been the guest speaker at the IAAM's International Crowd Management and Arena Management Conference. He is also a member of Major League Soccer's Safety and Security Committee as well as a Member of IAAM's Life Safety Committee.
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Along with Mark Glaser, Jay led the development of the NFL security best practices program for the NFL Security Task Force sub-committee and traveled throughout the U.S. in 2003 and 2004, presenting the final product to NFL teams and stadium operations personnel.


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Contact

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Management Team

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close Mark Glaser Sr. Vice President, Operations

Mark is presently serving as CSC's Vice President of Operations and the Regional Manager for the western branches. Mark began his career with CSC in 1987 while he was a student at the University of Northern Colorado. In 1989, Mark moved to Miami to help establish CSC's Joe Robbie Stadium operation where he developed crowd management plans for the new Miami Arena and the Orange Bowl. He moved back to Colorado in 1991 to work in the family business but continued to work for CSC as a supervisor on a part-time basis. He coordinated security plans for the Papal visit events in 1992 and returned to full-time management in 1993 at CSC's new Jacksonville office. Mark developed crowd management plans for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Jacksonville Coliseum, Convention Center and Performing Arts Center. He returned to Colorado in 1996 to assume the Branch Manager position and oversaw the operations at Coors Field, including the 1998 all-star game. A veteran of 10 Super Bowls, Mark completed the Disney Institute's People Management class and received the 1998 CSC Manager of the Year Award. Additionally, he wrote and presented the NFL's Best Practices for Stadium Security and has been the guest speaker at the IAAM's International Crowd Management and Arena Management Conference. He is also a member of Major League Soccer's Safety and Security Committee as well as a Member of IAAM's Life Safety Committee.
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Along with Mark Glaser, Jay led the development of the NFL security best practices program for the NFL Security Task Force sub-committee and traveled throughout the U.S. in 2003 and 2004, presenting the final product to NFL teams and stadium operations personnel.


Management Team

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close Mark Glaser Sr. Vice President, Operations

Mark is presently serving as CSC's Vice President of Operations and the Regional Manager for the western branches. Mark began his career with CSC in 1987 while he was a student at the University of Northern Colorado. In 1989, Mark moved to Miami to help establish CSC's Joe Robbie Stadium operation where he developed crowd management plans for the new Miami Arena and the Orange Bowl. He moved back to Colorado in 1991 to work in the family business but continued to work for CSC as a supervisor on a part-time basis. He coordinated security plans for the Papal visit events in 1992 and returned to full-time management in 1993 at CSC's new Jacksonville office. Mark developed crowd management plans for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Jacksonville Coliseum, Convention Center and Performing Arts Center. He returned to Colorado in 1996 to assume the Branch Manager position and oversaw the operations at Coors Field, including the 1998 all-star game. A veteran of 10 Super Bowls, Mark completed the Disney Institute's People Management class and received the 1998 CSC Manager of the Year Award. Additionally, he wrote and presented the NFL's Best Practices for Stadium Security and has been the guest speaker at the IAAM's International Crowd Management and Arena Management Conference. He is also a member of Major League Soccer's Safety and Security Committee as well as a Member of IAAM's Life Safety Committee.
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Along with Mark Glaser, Jay led the development of the NFL security best practices program for the NFL Security Task Force sub-committee and traveled throughout the U.S. in 2003 and 2004, presenting the final product to NFL teams and stadium operations personnel.

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