Carley Klingerman

Production Manager

The most inspiring part of my job is getting to be a part of so many special moments for a wide variety of clients. Working alongside a team that supports, grows, and thinks together to make every event flawless is truly fulfilling. Being able to contribute to creating unforgettable experiences is what keeps me motivated and passionate about my work.

If you’re interested in joining our team, my advice to you is this: embrace the opportunity for continued learning and personal growth. We’re always stretching ourselves by building new skills and staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends. If you’re excited about being part of a team of professionals who genuinely enjoy their work, then this is the place for you. Don’t hesitate to apply!

When I’m not working, my happiness revolves around spending quality time with my family and our seven adorable animals. Whether it’s swimming, visiting amusement parks, or embarking on exciting travels, I find joy in creating lasting memories with my loved ones.

One of my lifelong goals is to stage manage an NFL halftime show. The energy, excitement, and grandeur of such a production have always captivated me, and I aspire to be a part of creating those unforgettable moments on a massive scale.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever received is to find happiness by accepting situations for what they are, without wishing or expecting them to be what we want. It’s about embracing each obstacle as an opportunity for growth, adaptation, and overcoming challenges. This mindset has helped me navigate various situations and find contentment in the present moment.

When I flashback to when I was 10 years old, I wanted to be an oceanographer. The mysteries of the ocean and its fascinating creatures intrigued me, and I dreamt of exploring the depths and uncovering its secrets.

I have a hidden talent that most people don’t know about—I can juggle! It’s a skill I’ve developed over the years, and it always brings a smile to people’s faces when I surprise them with a spontaneous juggling act.