We do the work, you have the fun!
Let Pro Sports manage your event from a family reunion to a major festival.
How Does it Work?
We have found that companies all have the same fundamental need of a happy, productive, and loyal staff. However, they do have unique needs depending on their product or service. We at Pro Sports like to meet with our corporate clients and hand craft the perfect in-servicing for you. We have found that a very successful formula has been is to mix a fun activity with workshop learning. We are confident that we can put a plan together to enhance your operation. These can be on-site, off-site, brief, or lengthy.
A Quick Overview
We have the ability to design and deliver a full professional development program for you including:
• advertising flyers
• sign-up procedures
• custom online workshop descriptions
• name badges
• fun and meaningful activities
• informative workshops
• gripping keynote speakers
• full service catering
• live entertainment
• multi media presentations
• and more
Who We Are
Tim Simpson (Co-owner of Pro Sports Management) was born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. He studied at Acadia and Queen’s Universities and played varsity soccer. He is a retired high school teacher from Chippewa Secondary School in North Bay with over 30 years experience. He has a wealth of event planning and performance experience in various leagues, tournaments, banquets, and workshops. Tim has exceptional skills in logistics, people management, team building, event management, and bringing out the best in his workers. There is never a shortage of volunteers for Tim’s programs. He is an exceptional public speaker and has been used frequently as a motivational and team building expert.
Brian Risk (Co-owner of Pro Sports Management) was born in North Bay, Ontario. He studied at Nipissing and Queen’s Universities. He has extensive athletic experience in junior hockey, football, basketball, volleyball, and tennis. In coaching, Brian is an NCCP Level 5 coach, was the National Pole Vault Development Chair for Canada, and is a Master Course Conductor and Evaluator for the NCCP. In track and field, he has been assigned to Canada’s national team on 14 occasions including several stints as Head Coach and one stint as Observer Coach at the 1996 Olympic Games. He is a published author in sport psychology and pole vaulting as well as a frequently sought after public speaker. Brian has extensive experience in event planning including organizing the coaching education program at the 2000 Olympic prep camp in Flagstaff, Arizona. Brian is a retired teacher of 32 years at Chippewa Secondary School. He currently works as a sport psychology consultant for the Nipissing University Varsity Women’s Volleyball team. Brian is also an accomplished musician and concert promoter.
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