Entries Tagged as 'Featured Tri-Cal Employees'
People love inspiring stories, tried and tested advice, and pictures to showcase personalities. At Tri-California we are a very different type of Event Production Company – we grew up with the sport when it was new and continue to believe it’s a lifestyle, not just a sport and not just a business. On January 1st, we will be re-launching our blog Exercise with Purpose with new direction, new content and a way to create a community around the sport we love so dearly.
We would like to open our world up to our athletes and show them what inspires us, what got us to this point, and in turn, inspire a new generation of athletes. We want you to join with comments, telling us what you are looking for, have conversations with us and we are here for your feedback. We will establish ourselves by including our blog experts from the industry including coaches, nutritionists, athletes who have insider tips and industry leaders like Bob Babbitt, Scott Tinley, Heather Jackson, Sean Watkins, Jesse Thomas, and many more top names in the sport.
Come on…. I’m sure you have all envisioned yourself crossing the finish line with the new Katy Perry song playing in your head.
“I’ve got the eye of a tiger, a fighter, dancing through the fire. Cause I am a champion and your gonna hear me ROAR.“ –Katy Perry
A delicious artichoke pasta salad for lunch? Why not!
We had the same thought here at Tri-Cal. Yes, we turned our office into the “Tri-Cal Kitchen” for the day as we happily tested some pasta salad ideas for finisher food at Pacific Grove this year.
The Tri-Cal staff quickly found out who the real “chef’s” were as we teach our fellow intern, Emily, how to chop onions correctly. I guess we can be a little hard on each other here and there, but we didn’t think our critique would actually make her cry… Oh wait, maybe that was just the onion.
As we dance our way around the kitchen cooking noodles and sautéing our add-ins, we brainstorm as a team to figure out other yummy toppings we can add in.
With my car packed to the roof, and only my side mirrors to look out of, I started to watch all of that was known to me fade away in the distance. I was about two hours into my drive when it finally hit me… “Wow! I am moving to the happiest place in America.” No, not Disneyland.
As the freeway signs start counting down and I make my way down the now known “nasty grade”, my mind is still filled with the slue of post college grad thoughts. The typical. “What am I doing with my life?”