Thursday, February 28, 2013

I prefer a little Black Puck more than Grey Poupon!

What an exciting finish to last night's game five at Rutland Arena as the Kelowna Chiefs scored with just 1:07 seconds left to win 1-0 against Summerland! They now have a 3 games to 2 lead in the opening round KIJHL playoff series!

Tonight, my hockey PAssion sees me handle PA (public address) for the first time for the Kelowna Rockets at Prospera Place against the Seattle Thunderbirds in a possible WHL playoff preview!

Sunday I will be on PA for five games at the historic Memorial Arena for Kelowna Minor Hockey's Showcase of Champions.

Did you watch the Oscars last Sunday night? I probably only had it on for a couple minutes. There was an ad that ran 32 years after it's original "Pardon Me" campaign. Read all about the Grey Poupon branding here. The extended footage is rather charming here:

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

"Amazing Race Canada" starring Pastors Mike & Joel?

Being a pastor is SO easy, isn't it?
Don't they just work on Sundays?
The answer is NO. They work hard and with their hearts!

I know Mike and Joel personally and they would be a great fit for "Amazing Race Canada!"
They have a passion for hockey and Tim Hortons (PS get down there now for the Roll Up The Rim contest!) and let them rock 'n' roll into your path right NOW...
Please - NO laughing (like Mike)...

Monday, February 18, 2013

Voiceover and Sports with George Lopez

Voiceover is SO easy:)
Just roll out of ready with water and breath mints...
Don't spill anything in the studio - or on the basketball court...
Enjoy this five minute interview with George Lopez by clicking here.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Seeing Sports RED for Valentine's Day

Stan "the Man" Musial passed away last month at the age of 92. He played his whole baseball career with the Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals. Sports Illustrated said: In Musial we had a man who was unfailingly loyal to his organization, to his wife and most especially to his craft. Musial was married for 72 years to his wife, Lillian, before she passed away last year. Wow! My wife and I are a third of the way there:)
Congratulations to Wayne and his wife on a long marriage too! They are just a month ahead of us:)
From Wikipedia:
While serving as a celebrity judge on Dance Fever, Gretzky met his future wife, American actress Janet Jones. According to Wayne, Janet does not recall him being on the show. They met regularly after that, but did not become a couple until 1987 when they ran into each other at a Los Angeles Lakers game that Wayne and Alan Thicke were attending. Wayne proposed in January 1988, and they were married on July 17, 1988 in a lavish ceremony the Canadian press dubbed "The Royal Wedding".