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Meet Toni Kilicoglu of Red Carpet Systems in Hollywood

Today we’d like to introduce you to Toni Kilicoglu.

Toni, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
By way of introduction, I am a Pan-European bilingual entrepreneur, born and bred in Brussels, Belgium. For years, all I was dreaming of, like an obsession, was how to make my profound passion, ambition, not to mention, my genuine love for glamorous and posh sparkling disco light nightlives to become live in Hollywood. Where else? You might say….I had this deep feeling that, somehow, I could, and I should transform this dream into reality. Upon my arrival in the United States in 2005, I founded my own company called Red Carpet System (RCS) which was sponsored by my production partners Fast Productions headquartered in Belgium. Subsequently, the very first event we organized was held at Avalon in Hollywood. We proudly attracted over 1,800 guests to the venue for a sizzling night of memorable fun; featuring high profile European DJ’s, arts, and fine cuisine as well as local underground spinners and renowned Headliners from New York City. Goal achieved, we successfully delivered an unforgettable night to be remembered for a long time!

At that moment, I was overwhelmingly honored that I had established RCS’ imprint on Hollywood’s exclusive entertainment world.

And, this is how I made my dream come true.

Has it been a smooth road?
NO, a lot of bumps and wholes.

We’d love to hear more about your business.
My company is called Red Carpet Systems, we specialize in Red Carpet Media Arrivals. Since 2005, we have worked with the best public relations agencies, event planners and promoters across the country to produce events at A-list public and private venues in LA, NY and Las Vegas. RCS provides complete red carpet production services for important arrivals areas at special events hosted by leading film studios, record labels, lifestyle publications, fashion houses, beverage brands, nightclub promoters and more.

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
Yes if you are involved in the movie industry LA is a good place 🙂 but if not its hard and can be very overwhelming because there is so much going on and one can easily get distracted and lose control of himself…

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