Since 2002, Lucky Marketing has been providing event staffing solutions in all facets of the experiential marketing world around the United States and Canada.

As we grow, so does our blogging abilities. We strive to bring you information you need and information you want to read about.

For us, we are event staffing professionals with a collective 30 years of experience in the field. Learn a bit more about us here.


LINDSAY MERLIN

Lindsay Merlin has worked in event marketing since 2005 and worked with Lucky since 2006. Since 2005, she has managed all types of events and promotions stateside and in Canada. You can always count on reading about some of her favorite style events and marketing styles in the blog. If you are looking for the right event style for you, Lindsay can assist! She holds a bachelors degree in Marketing with a minor in Human Resource Management and graduated in the top of her class, magna cum laude. She is also a certified paralegal professional.


CASIE WAGONER

Casie Wagoner has been in the event industry since 2008. Starting as a promotional model lead her to become an account manager full time with Lucky XP in 2016. Casie writes about event’s that she loves, new product styles that can help small businesses, and industry favorites that marketing companies can focus their budgets on. In her free time, she designs custom homes and enjoys being creative with digital imagery, spending time with her family, and raising chickens.


OLIVIA CYR

Olivia Cyr has been in the promotional and marketing industry for the past 2 years. Olivia has spent the majority of her time traveling throughout the Midwest, working directly with clientele, and managing large scale events. Olivia enjoys finding the social aspect of blogging and business. So if you need to know how to grow your business socially, look to Olivia for quick tips and ideas. She is always looking for new and creative ways to help each client stand out. Want to know an interesting fact about Olivia? She also holds several degrees, including a bachelor’s degree in biology with a concentration of wildlife biology and conservation.