2016 BBB Directory on its way to consumers

The latest information from Better Business Bureau serving Vancouver Island is now on its way to consumers.

Hot off the presses, the annual BBB Directory is distributed to readers through their community newspapers in the Comox Valley, Campbell River and Cowichan Valley, Parksville-Qualicum, Port Alberni, Nanaimo and Greater Victoria. Copies are also available in-office at most of those Black Press community newspapers and the BBB office, in downtown Victoria. In addition, there’s an easy to use online edition available for readers 24/7. Just go to your community newspaper web site for the e-edition.

You’ll also find copies in high traffic areas such grocery stores and coffee shops, while supplies last.

Inside, consumers will find a host of information about businesses accredited with BBB serving Vancouver Island, the latest information about scams and the new Scam Tracker, how to keep your information safe, the BBB’s new Customer Review service and more.

And as you thumb through the stories and listings of accredited businesses, don’t forget to enter this year’s contest and the opportunity to win $250. Enter to win at www.vicnews.com/contests before May 31.

For more information about BBB serving Vancouver Island, see www.bbb.org/vancouver-island

 

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