WHO AM I?
KEEP READING AND I'LL TELL YOU...
Tyler Cameron is a small-town guy who has found success in the largest city in Canada, Toronto. Armed with over a decade of experience in the Advertising Sales industry, Tyler is an engaging and self-motivated professional.
He was raised in a household by parents of a successful small business. This background has fueled Tyler’s desire to write and hone his entrepreneurial skillset as highlighted in this book, as well as his involvement in multiple startup businesses.
He now lives in North Burlington, Ontario, in an area reminiscent of his small-town roots. Although he manages an extremely busy work schedule, he always makes sure to spend quality time with his wife, two kids, and his German Shorthaired Pointer, Karl.
“Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!”
- Hunter S. Thompson
A Dude's Guide to Surviving His Wedding
In this witty, yet educational handbook, Tyler Cameron guides you through every stage of the wedding process. A Dude’s Guide to Surviving His Wedding takes you from what to look for when buying a ring, wedding planning navigation to marriage advice. This book is all you need for you soon-to-be-grooms.
By day, Tyler’s sales role in downtown Toronto is where he dedicates his focus. By night, apparently, he is everyone’s favourite wedding guest and groomsman. His experience in the wedding scene includes being in eight wedding parties (three best men), attending close to fifty weddings, and that’s not including his DJing career, which landed him approximately twenty-five wedding related gigs.
Blogger - Various Hockey Sites (Hockeybuzz, The Hockey Chat, HockeyIndependent)
Tyler has contributed to multiple hockey specific websites using his vast knowledge of the Chicago Blackhawks. In the past five years, Tyler has been a Blackhawks writer for HockeyIndependent, The Hockey Chat and now currently Hockeybuzz (writing under the pseudonym, Justin Lowe).
He is also a consultant with multiple hockey specific start-up companies.