Best Launch Yet!
The biennial 2017-18 South Australian Firefighters Calendar Launch Night was held at the Adelaide Exhibition Centre on Friday night 12th August. With more than 1000 guests in attendance, the newest crop of South Australia's calendar firefighters were out to put on Adelaide’s HOTTEST show this year.
With new affiliations with Team Kids, Brand SA and some fresh inspiration from organisers, a new level of entertainment was brought to stage. One of the highlights of this sizzling show came from the event emcee’s, Jarrod Walsh and Alissa Smith. These two local professional presenters are red carpet material. Their ability to engage and involve the audience, maintain an energy throughout the night where a crowd is on a high from start to finish, is impeccable.
On behalf of all our members of the SAMFS World Police & Fire Games Club, we extend our gratitude and thanks to both Jarrod and Alissa for all their support and hard work in helping to create a successful event at the South Australian Firefighters Calendar Launch. We've had so much positive feedback on how well it was presented with guests wanting to pre-purchase tickets to the next Launch on conclusion of the night. Your professionalism and presentation is to be commended.
Jarrod is a music, sport, pop culture and gaming enthusiast who takes over the Nova 919 studio from 1pm weekdays to help get Adelaide listeners through their workday.
Jarrod is a familiar face in Adelaide appearing on Channel Ten’s The Project, Channel Nine’s Adelaide News and the Today Show. He’s also seen at sporting, charity and entertainment events across the state as host and emcee including; ground MC for Cricket Australia’s Adelaide Strikers and one day international matches, Adelaide United FC games, Adelaide 36ers Basketball games and Port Adelaide AFL matches at Adelaide Oval.
He is known and loved for his passion, knowledge and enthusiasm of sport not just in South Australia, but his love of World Sports allows his to perform at a high standard of not only engaging the crowd, but also educating them along the way.