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December 22/00 9:23 am - UPS Out of Olympics, Adrenalin Calendar, Jobs, Teams


Posted by Editor on 12/22/00
 

Olympics Lose Sponsor

The IOC (International Olympic Committee) has lost its second big sponsor since the Sydney Games - United Parcel Service (UPS). UPS follows IBM in deciding not to renew worldwide sponsorship for future Olympics.

While the company cited "having met its marketing goals", and that "it is time to move on to other marketing opportunities" as reasons for not renewing, without a doubt the high cost of sponsorship and the poor publicity the IOC has received over the past year played a large part.


24 Hours of Adrenalin Calendar (Canada):

July 7/8 ON - 24 & 12 Hours of Adrenalin mountain bike team relay at Kelso Conservation Area, Milton, ON. Teams of 4 -10 people and solos. Contact Trilife Sports International info@trilife.com / 905-944-9436 / www.24hoursofadrenalin.com.

July 21/22 AB - 24 Hours of Adrenalin mountain bike team relay at Canmore Nordic Centre, Canmore, AB. Teams of 4 -10 people and solos. Contact Trilife Sports International info@trilife.com / 905-944-9436 / www.24hoursofadrenalin.com.

August 18/19 ON - 24 Hours of Adrenalin mountain bike team relay at Hardwood Hills, Barrie, ON. Teams of 4 -10 people and solos. Contact Trilife Sports International info@trilife.com / 905-944-9436 / www.24hoursofadrenalin.com.

Sept 1/2 BC - 24 Hours of Adrenalin mountain bike team relay at Silver Star Resort, Vernon, BC. Teams of 4 -10 people and solos. Contact Trilife Sports International info@trilife.com / 905-944-9436 / www.24hoursofadrenalin.com.


2001 Adrenalin Event Staff Needed!

Trilife Sports International is an event marketing/promotion company that executes the 24 Hours of Adrenalin mountain bike series across North America. Trilife takes pride in hosting some of the largest mountain biking festivals in the world. The professional approach we bring to events is regarded as top class within the event industry. We are looking for some dedicated, hard working team players to take on various roles within our 2001 event season.

Event Crew Manager

People describe you as having the following qualities; leadership, great communication skills, attention to detail, Sport/Event savvy, quick learner, ability to follow instruction, motivated, and display a willingness to get the job done. The EVENT CREW MANAGER will work with the Director of Events and Event Manager to ensure all required work for events get accomplished in the predetermined manner.

The EVENT CREW MANAGER will be responsible for driving the Trilife truck and trailer (along with one other driver) around to all the events across Canada and the USA (A class A license is required - we will put you through the appropriate training and testing to obtain license). Extensive travel is required!

As the EVENT CREW MANAGER, you will be the first on site, and the last to leave each venue. You will be responsible for the set up, and the take down at each event. Trilife's detailed list of the event process will be the standard for which all events will follow. It will be the EVENT CREW MANAGER'S responsibility to keep the event crew and other hired staff on the scheduled timelines in order for the event set up to be ready for race day.

The EVENT CREW MANAGER will be in charge of the event crew and materials (Three other individuals and two trucks and trailers). The EVENT CREW MANAGER will liaise with venue & park managers to ensure that Trilife meets all requirements before, after, and during the event. Ensure all TRILIFE race equipment is delivered on time, safely, and in proper working condition to each TRILIFE event outlined in our race calendar.

In between events and prior to the start of the season, general planning and office related duties would be required. Managing the volunteers at each event will be part of your duties. There will be a significant amount of hands on work at each event. Contract will run from approximately February until October.


Event Crew (2 Positions)

People describe you as having the following qualities; motivated, great communication skills, attention to detail, sport/event savvy, quick learner, ability to follow instruction, leadership, and display an intense willingness to get the job done. Responsible to work with and follow the Event Crew Manager's objectives. Ensure all TRILIFE race equipment is delivered on time, safely, and in proper working condition to each TRILIFE event outlined in our race calendar. In between events and prior to the start of the season, general planning and office related duties will be required.

As part of the Event Staff, you will be the first on site, and the last to leave each venue. You will be responsible for the set up at each event, and the take down after each event. This includes ensuring each venue is in superb clean condition and that all the rental event supplies are returned to their respective owners. Trilife's detailed list of the set up process will be the standard for which all events will follow.

The Event Crew will be jointly responsible for driving one of the Trilife trucks and trailers (along with one other driver) around to all the events across Canada and the USA (A class A license may be required - we will put you through the appropriate course and testing to obtain a license). Contract will run from approximately April until October. Extensive travel is required! Remuneration commensurate with experience (Salary plus bonus incentives).


Mountain Bike Trail Crew (2 Positions)

People describe you as having the following qualities; mountain bike race event savvy, great communication skills, attention to detail, quick learner, ability to follow instruction, display an intense willingness to get the job done, whatever it takes! The Trail Crew will be responsible for setting up and taking down all aspects of the race course at each event. This includes banners, tape, signage, aid stations etc.

The Trail Crew will help in the execution of the event, which includes coordinating volunteers, maintaining the course, and doing what it takes to ensure a successful event. Consulting with local mountain biking contacts, it will be up to you to make recommendations as to the race course routes. You will help out, as required, in other aspects of set up and take down of the event staging area. As the Trail Crew, you will be jointly responsible for driving one of the Trilife trucks and trailers (along with one other driver) around to all the events across Canada and the USA. (A class A license may be required - we will put you through the appropriate course and testing to obtain a license).

Contract will run from approximately April until October. Extensive travel is required! Remuneration commensurate with experience. (Salary plus bonus incentives)

Please forward your resume to the attention of:
Steve Merker: VP & Director of Events
Trilife Sports International
7321 Victoria Park Avenue, Unit # 8
Markham, ON
L3R 2Z8
Fax: 905.944.9434
E-mail: smerker@trilife.com


Halton Road and Trail 2001 Team
(courtesy Duncan Salisbury)

Vet A
Chris Kiziak
John Sandre
Ed Makarchuk
Nigel Roberts
Garnett Abbey
Steve Morris
Duncan Salisbury

Vet B
John Murphy
Gary Scully
Graham Thomas
Dave Woolley

Senior 3
Brendan Duff
Marcus Peron
Eric Komeka

Sponsors
-Celebrex
-Equal Sweetener
-Hungry-Man Dinners
-Bike Boy
-Gary Scully Fine Carpentry


Please send your team info into teams@canadiancyclist.com.

 


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