Alberni Valley Bulldogs Chilliwack Chiefs Coquitlam Express Cowichan Capitals Cranbrook Bucks Langley Rivermen Merritt Centennials Nanaimo Clippers Penticton Vees Powell River Kings Prince George Spruce Kings Salmon Arm Silverbacks Surrey Eagles Trail Smoke Eaters Vernon Vipers Victoria Grizzlies Wenatchee Wild West Kelowna Warriors
Team Sites
Follow the BCHL

Clippers announce GM Tali Campbell leaving for new opportunity

The Nanaimo Clippers Organization announces that Tali Campbell will be stepping down as the Club’s General Manager.

Tali Campbell joined the Clippers in 2018 as the Director of Business Operations from the Alberni Valley Bulldogs and quickly climbed the ladder of the organization where he became the General Manager after one season. He has been a key part of improving the professionalism, community involvement and fan base of the team throughout his tenure with the Clippers. As a key part of his personal development, he has now decided to move on to other ventures which will further expand his already impressive portfolio and resume.

Wes Mussio, owner of the Nanaimo Clippers remarked; “When I first met Tali, it was clear that he is a highly ambitious young man who has a great career ahead of him. He proved to be an instrumental part of bringing the franchise up to one of the best programs in the entire nation in Junior A hockey. Unfortunately for the Clippers, with success means he’s a heavily sought after individual and it was a matter of time before Tali was going to move on to other ventures. He will be sadly missed and leaves a significant hole in the franchise management team heading into the 2020-2021 season. I can’t say enough great things about Tali and definitely will maintain a close friendship with him for years to come.”

Mr. Campbell noted, “I want to first thank Penny and Wes Mussio who believed in me to do this job, but more importantly thank our players, my co-workers, our fans, billets, volunteers and sponsors for making this job one of the best in the world. We climbed mountains together. In less than a year’s time, we went from averaging 900 fans to over 1,400 fans and two sold-out games. Our sponsor base grew by double and we continued to be a leader in the community. I am going to miss doing this job, as it truly was one of the best in the world.”

The Clippers are now in need of a Director of Business Operations so if anyone is interested in joining a winning franchise please email Wes Mussio at .