This past October, GES celebrated 25 years with clients, staff, friends, and family.  Stories were shared, games were played, and German themed food and beer were aplenty.  GES’ 25 years of success isn’t an accident, although owner Greg DeSart may say there’s a lot of luck involved, but more of a winning formula of hiring.. read more →

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29 Jul 2016
July 29, 2016

Mesquite 118 Opens!

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GES is very proud to have been a part of this great project! http://mesquitelocalnews.com/2016/07/exit-118-opens-new-roads-to-mesquite/   read more →

Congratulations to GES/Eagle’s 1st Quarter Staff Star Gypsie! Some of the things Gypsie’s coworkers recognized her for are: “She always stops and takes time to answer questions or help me when I need it, even if she is busy.” “Gypsie is consistently putting the needs of our customers and team members as her top priority… read more →

16 Dec 2015
December 16, 2015

GES/Eagle 2015 Holiday Party Fun

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11 Dec 2015
December 11, 2015

Congratulations to our Fearless Leader!

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GES’ president/owner Greg DeSart has spent the majority of his Thursday afternoon/evenings involved with Nevada’s first SBA Emerging Leaders program.  The 17 member group (14 of which graduated) were chosen out of 50 that applied. A little bit about SBA Emerging Leaders: The initiative has trained more than 2,400 promising small business owners in underserved communities,.. read more →

03 Dec 2015
December 3, 2015

Project Neon & Mesquite Exit 118

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GES, Inc. is excited and proud to be involved with these two important projects.  For more information and to stay informed on lane closures please visit the following websites: Project Neon Mesquite Exit 118 read more →

Congratulations to George for being nominated and selected as GES/Eagle’s 3rd Quarter Staff Star! George was recognized by his peers for the following: George will do anything that is asked of him and even stuff he wasn’t asked to do. Stuff that is not in his job description, without complaint and always with a smile. George.. read more →