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jux-ta-pro-duc-tion

noun or adjective (juhk-stuh-pruh-duhk-shuh n) 

The act or instance of placing sport and entertainment close together, (or side-by-side) to create a spectator experience that is as inspiring as a world record performance, as dynamic as 100,000 screaming fans on their feet and as memorable as the host country winning the Gold Medal game! 

Adjective: ’I was totally caught up in the juxtaproduction of that event and lost my voice from cheering for over an hour, but totally worth it!”‘
Noun:  ’The DJ from juxtaproduction had the most amazing playlist and I danced the entire game. I’ve never had that much fun spectating at an event.”

Christy Nicolay

Christy’s Olympic experience ignited with the Summer Games in Sydney, where as a Producer, she wrote and directed the “Jonny Moseley Down Under” segment for NBC. Since then Christy has been using her diverse sports and entertainment background, as well as her creative vision, to executive produce Sport Production for several International sporting events including Salt Lake 2002, Athens 2004, Torino 2006 and Rio 2007 Pan American Games. Most recently, as Vice President of Sport Production and Victory Ceremonies for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Christy oversaw Sport Production, Victory Ceremonies, Team Welcome Ceremonies, Whistler Medals Plaza and Medaling Athlete Transport. Christy’s career is unparalleled; she is an international expert in the field of Sport Production and is currently the Executive Consultant for Sport Production and Victory Ceremonies for the Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Christy is currently Managing and Creative Director of her company, JuxtaProductions, llc. She is married to FBI Special Agent, Bobby Chacon and lives in Los Angeles.

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