trevor walsh

Trevor thinks outside the box. In fact he does it so naturally that we sometimes think he doesn’t even know there is a box to think outside of! It all comes from his deep well of inquisitive curiosity that he translates into unique solutions – that work! Nothing says unique solutions better than events, so it is only natural that Trevor thrives in this environment! Trevor feels very privileged to have contributed to the organization of some of the worlds most prestigious events which all started with the Winnipeg 1999 Pan American Games. His event resume includes involvement in every level of the national and international sport competition including 3 Canada Games, 2 Commonwealth Games, 3 Pan American Games, and 6 Olympic Games. (Yes, Trevor is synonymous with level headed and unruffled). His roles with these volunteer driven operations have shaped his appreciation for outfitting large workforces in apparel that elevates an organizations’ brand.

We just can’t write a bio about Trevor without also mentioning his laser sharp business acumen and strategic approach that has also helped special events and sports teams to generate new revenues through the planning and delivery of event retail programs.

He has an uncanny ability to make the complex simple, build teams that thrive, and to routinely deliver the results that matter to the client. Because doing what matters, is what matters to Trevor.

jakob swalm

Transitioning from competing in sport to working in sport, Jakob brings a fresh energy and non-stop athletic endurance to the Kenora Team. He applies a sensible approach to all of the big (and small) projects that he signs up for. Jakob plays a crucial role in revenue strategy development, apparel production, event logistics, and order fulfillment - in a pinch, he is our go-to when we need to deliver under pressure.

With event merchandise practise from the 2019 Canada Winter Games and operational experience from the BMO Vancouver Marathon, Jakob has the reins on our next major project, the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games.