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Simon Bois aka

Simon Bois aka “Florida Night Train” has been published since year 2000 in both Canada as well as USA in French and in English. Simon’s humble beginning as a photographer for local Toronto Canada based L’Express Magazine grew into photojournalism. Eventually, Simon became “Florida Night Train” featuring columns about the lifestyle and celebrities or high-profile individuals such as legendary Ted Nugent, Bill Davidson Jr. (Harley Davidson), Danica Patrick, Jesse James (West Coast Choppers), Paul Teutul Sr. (Orange County Choppers), Billy Lane (Choppers Inc.), Paul Cox (Indian Larry), Mondo (Denvers Choppers), Jason Chinnock (CEO Ducati), Joanna Olsen (CEO Coyote Ugly) etc…

Simon seeks to write about values of life from his interviewees’ perspective while challenging readers to be inspired for their own benefits. Florida Women Magazine, HOG Magazine, Born to Ride Magazine and Full Throttle Magazine, Florida Ride Or Die Magazine, www.NSAEN.com are a few of the publications Simon was published in.

Night Train invites you to connect on www.facebook.com/FloridaNightTrain. Night Train also reproduces and creates fine art using metals www.facebook.com/tattooedsteelllc . Simon is proud father of three children; Trinity, Jade and Eric. Simon also enjoys life as a successful independent senior executive corporate director and VP sales for small to medium sized corporations.

Simon can be reached at seboisfnt@gmail.com

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