Elizabeth McCall’s newest PR client Scott Knudsen is not your ordinary 5th generation Texas cowboy with a business degree. He’s been struck by lightning (in the head, out one arm), played in a mixed doubles tennis tournament at the LA Forum in the 1980s with Billy Jean King and Martina Navitrealova for Yonex, and became a top sales rep for a Fortune 50 corporation, while running his horse and cattle companies.
As President of the Board for the San Antonio area’s top-rated theater company—which just produced a sold-out run of “The Sound of Music,” he’s helped turned the non-profit’s balance sheet into around a million-dollar operation. At 51, his anything, but average life experiences are inspiring and motivating others. Students at Texas A&M swarmed Scott after he spoke there earlier this year.
From creative ideas for rescues to developing new revenue streams for trainers, Scott brings an energy and passion to his talks that don’t involve a new training technique or piece of equipment. “Representing a creative entrepreneur like Scott is exciting. People gravitate toward him. He brings the best of the West together with business acumen and making the horse world fun,” said Elizabeth. See for yourself. Scott made a video to help spread the word about American Horse Council’s Meet A Horse Day. Click the Facebook link from his website www.knudsenhorses.com.
To arrange speaking engagements and interviews with Scott Knudsen, contact Elizabeth at email@example.com or 310-720-4096.
She is currently accepting story assignments and is available for special projects.
Elizabeth Kaye McCall is a Los Angeles-based author, journalist, and media consultant specializing in the horse industry, travel, and entertainment. Elizabeth worked as the original horse industry liaison for the equestrian spectacle Cavalia. She’s written for mainstream to equine outlets including Cowboys & Indians, Arabian Horse Life, Horse Illustrated, Los Angeles Times, Hawaiian Airlines' Hana Hou, Hemispheres, and more. Her book The Tao of Horses: Exploring How Horses Guide Us on Our Spiritual Path shows how horses transform the way we see the world, interact with our environment, and handle challenges. Elizabeth’s young adult tale RAJALIKA SPEAK was inspired by her late Arabian stallion, who “spoke” on request.
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