Tent and Rental Innovations for 2012
 Amber Mundinger has been working in the events industry for over six years in various forms in the areas of event production, marketing and public relations in sports, politics and currently on local and national events. Amber started her career working for an international charity, Help the Aged in London, developing partnerships with leading athletes and sports organizations and has continued to work in the events industry now through her current position as National Account Manager with Karl’s Event Services – focusing on business development and marketing in the northeast.
A graduate of Rollins College, Amber immediately began working in the events industry and has had the opportunity to work on productions for such events as: the Capital One Bowl, Champs Sport Bowl, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and Training Camp for the New York Giants among others.
Amber is active in ISES, IFEA, American Heart Association and Advertising Women of New York staying involved in various community events throughout the New York area.
GEORGE STRICKLAND, Vice President of National Sales, KARL's EVENT SERVICES

George Strickland brings over 21 years of experience to Karl’s Event Rental as a Sales Consultant, Tent Installer, Project Development Manager, and Site Manager. He has managed many jobs throughout the United States including Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (see below), L.A. Fashion week, Miami Fashion Week Swim, the 1994 FIFA World Cup Championship (Orlando Venues), 1996 Atlanta Olympics (Orlando Soccer Venues), Numerous North American Golf/Tennis events, the 2005 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Show and many more.
The “7th on Sixth” New York Fashion Week event is one of the largest and most challenging jobs that George and the Karl’s Event Rental team has executed. George has produced the tents and flooring requirements for the shows twice a year since September 2000. He organizes meetings with the client (IMG) to ensure that the equipment, products, and staff meet all the logistical requirements and follow all building and safety standards. George also holds numerous pre-installation meetings with his crew members to discuss logistics of equipment, delivery, installation, schedules and the safety requirements and regulations of the ADA, OSHA, the City of New York and Lincoln Center. On this event George manages a crew of 60 men who work 24 hours a day over two shifts to complete the structure and flooring installations. The project is a complex 17 day setup with numerous logistical challenges including but not limited to New York streets and traffic, weather, numerous tent connections, ADA requirements, engineering specifications, security hurdles, lighting, sound, HVAC and scenery interface, vendor relations, park protection and New York permit and building codes.
 CHRISTINA NEAULT, Executive Producer, IMG Fashion
Christina Neault has been a key member of the team that produces fashion week in New York since 1998 and in Miami since 2004. Since then, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week has become New York’s largest media event and one of the most important fashion events worldwide, and Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami is at the forefront of global swimwear events. As the executive producer, Ms. Neault oversees everything from the construction of the physical complex to the production and execution of each of the over 250+ designer runway shows that take place throughout the year.
A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Ms. Neault immediately began working in the fashion industry, and soon became the Fashion Director at the Men’s Fashion Association, working with brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Hart Marx. Following her time at the Men’s Fashion Association, Ms. Neault discovered her intrinsic talent for producing fashion shows, television segments, and galas, having worked with clients such as Cotton Inc, Dallas Market Center, Operation Smile, The View, Today Show, QVC and the NFL Kickoff.
In addition to producing Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York and Miami, Ms. Neault also serves as Chairperson of the advisory board of The High School of Fashion Industries. An integral representative of the Fashion Design, Merchandising and Art Industries; Ms. Neault supports and collaborates with students studying to become future members of the industry.
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