Triumph Sports Communications can help you and your business with broadcasting, editorial, marketing, public relations and consulting services. Roger Lajoie is also a Life Coach/Mentor and has helped numerous individuals and corporations get more out of their careers and lives. You can also have your life story professionally written and published by TSC; email us for details.
Triumph Sports Communications
"My vocation is my vacation!" Let us help you make your business grow! We bring veteran experience and rookie enthusiasm to all that we do for you and your company!
Copyright © Roger Lajoie
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Triumph sports communications
President & CEO
Triumph Sports Communications was founded in 1989 by Roger Lajoie. Roger has worked as a Broadcaster, Writer, Author and Teacher since 1980 and has 38 years experience in a wide variety of broadcasting, editorial, marketing and public relations services. He also is a Life Coach Mentor and consultant and along with his associates, can help you and/or your business be the best it can be.
TSC has worked over the years with Sportsnet, TSN, Toronto Blue Jays Radio Network, Toronto Sun, Toronto Star Thompson Reuters, United Press International, Miami Herald, Oshawa This Week, Oshawa Times, Durham Post, Belleville Senators, Mississauga St. Michael's Majors, Oshawa Generals, Canadian Hockey League, Toronto Marlboros and others.
Roger Lajoie has written 3 books: "The Goal of My Life" with Paul Henderson, "The Road to Hockeytown" with Jimmy Devellano, and "Greatest. Day. Ever." on living a great life
Roger is currently the Vice President of the Belleville Senators of the American Hockey League. TSC has worked with Ryerson University, Toronto Blue Jays, Canadian Hockey League & many others.
Roger Lajoie has been a teacher at the College of Sports Media in Toronto since 2008, teaches at Ryerson University and works as a Life Coach, Mentor and consultant with many individuals & companies
Roger Lajoie is a host on Sportsnet 590 The Fan, the largest all-sports radio station in Canada. He has hosted more than 3,300 shows since starting there in 1992.