As a promoter, Allen helped establish and run armwrestling clubs in Vancouver, Kelowna, Grande Prairie, Edson and Red Deer. He founded the Northern TwistMasters in Grande Prairie in 2001 and the club is still running strong today. He hosted the Alberta Provincials in 2001 and 2003. In 1985 Allen landed a five year, $5,000 a year contract on Vancouver Island to run the Can-Am Championship. He did so successfully for the first two years before handing the event over to John Miazdzyk. John would later award Allen with the "Promoter of the Year" award for his hard work in setting up this tournament series.
As a competitor, Allen won 6 National Titles and placed 6th at the famous "Over The Top" Tournament that had 106 entries in his class.
Florence pulled from 1982 - 1991 and in those 10 years she had some amazing accomplishments.
2nd at WAWF Worlds (Syracuse, NY)
World Champion (Costa Rica)
National Armwrestling Champion
National Wristwrestling Champion
WAWF World Champion (Athens, Greece)
WAF World Champion (Netanya, Israel)
Shirley started pulling out of Edmonton, then Stoney Plain and ended up in Surrey, B.C.
She made Canada proud with the following list of accomplishments.
During her career she won:
~ multiple National Titles ~
~ Moscow Gold Bear Tournament ~
~ Petaluma World Wristwrestling Championship ~
~ WAF World Championship ~ (1992-Geneva, Switzerland)