Timothy “TK” Klund .

Raising the Vibration


Timothy Klund is a United States Air Force Veteran and is regarded as one of the top industry leaders as a “Relationship Specialist” in the world of Corporate and Sports Marketing. He is a leading authority when working with hundreds of professional athletes and celebrities on their personal name branding campaigns and potential endorsement opportunities.

TK is currently the CEO and Founder of Verve Systems, LLC which is focused on products that enhance performance, protection, and recovery for our bodies. Their new line: Verve Forever which is CBD Infused products are currently available: www.verveforever.com

His book “Stop Whining, Start Winning” was published in 2017 by Tactical 16 Publishing Group which is available on Amazon.com
This book focuses on helping individuals get out of their current personal rut and to get back on track to winning and reaching their personal and professional goals in life.

TKI is the Founder of the Red River Celebrity Softball Game which kicks off OU/UT “Red River Shootout” College Football Weekend in Dallas, Texas. The game is made up of celebrity alumni from both universities and benefits several charitable foundations, including the Toby Keith Foundation, the Roger Clemens Foundation and J.K. Livin which was founded by Matthew McConaughey. www.rrcsg.org and is also the founder of the Memorial Day Celebrity Softball Classic that benefits www.foldsofhonor.org in Dallas, Texas. www.mdcsg.org

He works with several charitable foundations assisting in raising monies and awareness for National Organizations such as: “Lone Survivor Foundation”, “Big Brothers and Big Sisters”, “Hounds and Heroes”, “Miracle League of Parker Country”, “Soldiers Angels” and many more.

If you want a speaker that is high octane that brings a fast pace, high energy to his message that leaves the crowd inspired and motivated to conquer the world, the TK is your guy!


Topics of Expertise

Branding your Name
Personal and Professional Growth
After the Military…Now What?