Spring Cullen

Regional Sales Manager

If laughter is the best medicine, then the Here Comes The Guide staff got a cure-all the day Spring joined the team. Her boisterous nature and witty one-liners are like a breath of fresh air on our busiest days, and while her background in theater makes her extra entertaining, it also translates to a confident and authentic approach to sales. When she isn't making her clients chuckle, you can find Spring watching the Yankees (she watches at least 120 games every season!) or singing along to her favorite musical. Spring is the type of person that makes you feel like you've known each other for years—and there's nothing more therapeutic than that.

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Pronouns: she/​her/​hers

Favorite wedding-related movie: The Wed­ding Singer, hands down. Drew Bar­ry­more is still some­how an under­rat­ed gem, I quote it more than any­one should, and it’s one of those movies that’s fre­quent­ly on TV and despite see­ing it a mil­lion times I always get caught up in it when it’s on. The stage ver­sion holds up, too.

Celebrity I would most like to have a one-on-one date with: Hugh Jack­man. It’ll always be Hugh for me. Wolver­ine with an Aus­tralian accent and the abil­i­ty to tap dance? You can’t beat that. Zac Efron is a VERY close sec­ond — we go way back. I still have a poster of his Rolling Stone cov­er rolled up some­where in my room.

Dream vacation spot: Greece. It’s stun­ning and I need to live out my Mam­ma Mia fantasies.

My biggest vice: Ore­os. I can’t be trust­ed around them.

What pushes my panic button: Bugs, espe­cial­ly if they can fly. And most birds — includ­ing some species of ducks that are ter­ri­fy­ing in packs.

Favorite quote: For­get regret, or life is yours to miss.” — Jonathan Lar­son

My favorite things: My dog Lucky, the New York Yan­kees, 90s music, WB/CW-type Teen Dra­mas, and Tay­lor Swift. 

Childhood Career Choice: Every­thing. Talk show host, base­ball play­er, rock­star, and actress, then there was the era after I saw Legal­ly Blonde and want­ed to be a lawyer.

Theme song: Some­times it’s Sols­bury Hill by Peter Gabriel, but most of the time it’s Good Vibra­tions by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.