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NANAIMO, BC — The Nanaimo Clippers have announced the hiring of Nanaimo native, Tali Campbell, as the Hockey Club’s new Director of Business Operations, effective January 1st 2019.

Campbell, who is no stranger to the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), spending the past 16 months with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs of the BCHL as the Director of Business Operations. Previously, he had stints with the Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) and the Clippers. His work life since graduation from high school has focused on the BCHL.

Wes Mussio, the sole owner of the Nanaimo Clippers noted: “I am thrilled to bring Tali back home to Nanaimo. I am impressed with his efforts in Port Alberni and believe he will do an excellent job advancing the Clipper brand in the harbour city. To me, it was an easy hire as he has a great reputation of being one of the best business operation employees in junior hockey.” 

Campbell will be primarily responsible for the day-to-day business operations of the Hockey Club, providing support to many facets of the organization including financial management, sales & marketing, promotions and game-day events.

“I’m excited to get back to where it all started for me,” says Campbell. “My job right away is to make sure the Clippers return to being an important part of the community and that sponsors, fans, billets and others feel appreciated. I look forward to meeting fans, sponsors, volunteers and everyone else who bleeds Orange.” 

Campbell’s first Clipper home game will be on January 5th when the Langley Rivermen are in town.

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For more information, please contact:
Wes Mussio
Owner, Nanaimo Clippers