Get to know our talented team behind our exceptional experiences! Kayla Branstiter, Event Manager on our Texas team, is pictured here with her dad and sister, cheering on their Denver Broncos…
What is your most memorable event to date?
We just did a ‘Boots, Chaps & Cowboy Hats’ themed event at the Glass Cactus, a venue owned by The Gaylord Texan Resort, and had a LIVE Longhorn! It was so rewarding when attendees saw this beautiful animal and they could not believe they were allowed to get a picture with him!
What’s your favorite part about your job?
The people: I love the CSI team, I love our vendors and I love meeting and interacting with clients.
Any advice you would give to someone starting out in the special events industry?
A smiling face speaks volumes. Although you may be having a mild heart attack from stress, your smile will reassure everyone around you that you have everything under control.
Favorite event venue?
If you didn’t work in the Special Events Industry, what would you do?
I am a statistics nerd, so maybe statistical analysis for a sports team? Not sure if that’s a job, but I would make it work!
Where were you born and raised?
Littleton, Colorado. Go Broncos!
What’s your dream vacation?
How do you spend your time outside of work?
I love spending quality time with family and friends, cooking, enjoying the pool and watching sports. I am a huge Denver Broncos fan, and LOVE football. I usually make a couple of impromptu trips to Colorado throughout the year to surprise my family as well.
Think you know Kayla? Head over to our social media pages and play along with our Two Truths & a Lie, and post your answer… The answer will appear at the next CSI INSIDER edition next month!
Thanks for playing along with Robert Lutz last time! Did you guess his lie? He actually did drive across the country from Cali to DC in 4 days – with his furry companion! He also wasn’t lying about having visited 9 different countries. However, he never completed a marathon – in fact, he did sign up for one, but didn’t train, and a medic came to his rescue at mile 18. Maybe next time, Rob 😉