GOLF CLASSIC

Celebrities

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Jason Mercer & Ryan Kriz

Musicians

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Layne

The Auctionista

Layne, “The Auctionista” ignites the power of philanthropy, humanity, energy and entertainment. A bold and innovative “Philanthro-tainer”, Layne performs in communities and metropolitan centres across Canada as a Certified Benefit Auctioneer Specialist, Emcee and Key Note Speaker. Layne’s signature high energy, performance-based Live Auction style entertains, captivates and inspires giving.

Tweet to Layne: @The_Auctionista
www.auctionista.ca

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Brett Cleverdon

Golfer

Brett Cleverdon turned professional at the age of 19 after qualifying for the 1996 Remax World Long Drive Championships where he finished 15th place, narrowly missing the top 8 by a matter of inches. Brett held the record for highest finish by a teenager until 2007 when current 2 Time World Long Drive Champion Jamie Sadlowski burst onto the scene. During his career Brett competed in 10 Remax World Long Drive Championships, finishing in the top 30 8 times.

In 2012 Brett represented Canada and finished in 3rd place at the World Team Long Drive Championships in Mazatlan, Mexico Brett has won 42 Professional Long Drive events including 5 State Championships and has a career best drive of 486 yards. In addition to his competition career, Brett has performed his power golf trick shot show at over 900 golf events worldwide.

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Candice Olson

Designer

Candice Olson, a leading designer in the United States and Canada, began her career in commercial and residential design after graduating from the School of Interior Design at Ryerson University in Toronto. Candice received accolades and media attention for her distinctive and exceptional work before moving her design career to television. In fact, earlier in her career, the New York Times identified her as “one to watch.”