During the Men´s U19 World Floorball Championships lots of people sign up as volunteers and dedicate their time, commitment and energy. Hundreds of volunteers are needed to carry through such a big event. Kenton Sutcliffe is currently living in Växjö and is one of our many great volunteers – he will be the team host for Canada.
What is your connection to the Men´s U19 World Floorball Championships?
I don’t really have a personal connection, I just wanted to help out. So, I applied for volunteer-work.
Have you been a volunteer before?
I have volunteered for many events, but not with this organization before. I am excited to see the different groups of people that shows up and participate.
What are the main reasons you wanted to be a “team-host”?
I am Canadian myself so I thought it would be nice to meet some Canadians and make it easier if we have things in common.
What do you do in Växjö?
I just finished my studies at the Linnaeus University but I am currently working at Izakaya Moshi – a great sushi restaurant in town.
Can you give 3 tips for visitors that will be coming to Växjö?
- Get a chance to check out the Teleborg Castle and walk around the central lakes if the weather is nice, here you will have great photo opportunities.
- If you plan to go out make sure to reserve a table. A lot of people will be in town and everything will be busy.
- Check out Izakaya Moshi and have a great meal with great service.