In 2024, after two years of hosting "TIBS TV" (The streaming event for the Toronto International Boat Show during the two COVID years), the largest boat show in Canada brought Steve back to be the face of their social media posts. He also presented seminars and recorded podcasts live in the Water Ways booth.
In 2022, Mercury Marine - the world's largest marine motor manufacturer - wanted to offer a hybrid experience for Miami Boat Show. Thousands returned in person but many stayed home. To give them a taste of "MIBS", Mercury Marine brought Steve on board to do live video interviews from the show floor.
The West Coast's largest boat show was missing one thing: Water Ways TV! Steve rectified that in 2024 by returning to the heart of the Pacific Northwest and did live videos and recorded interviews to bring the best of Seattle to the rest of the boating world.
Western Canada's largest boat show brought Steve in for daily seminar presentations, tapping into his years of boating adventures. And while on site at both BC Place and the in-water show at Graville Island, he promoted dozens of boat-loving organizations big and small.
As an alumnus of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Water Ways TV host Steve was asked to co-MC the "Significant Sig Award" ceremony in 2023 with 10-time Emmy Winner Jeff Burnside. He also MC'ed a gala banquet celebrating 100 years of Sigma Chi in Canada in the Royal York Hotel's Grand Ballroom.
Starting with a desire to hear the story of the 1969 Toronto Rock & Roll Revival but not finding a documentary, Steve started chasing the details down himself and was the first person to present the story since D.A. Pennebaker's 1970 "Sweet Toronto" with an immersive theatrical experience.
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