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Comox Valley Small Business Association introduces new executive board

The Comox Valley Small Business Association, now in its 18th year in the Valley,  announces the results of executive elections from its AGM earlier this month.

The 2016-17 board of directors for the association are:

President – Janet Martyn, Partylite

Past-president – Russ Ball, AudioXcellence DJ Services

Vice-president – Lori Ball, Comox Valley Fossil Adventures

Treasurer – Maria Dann, Seal Bay Bookkeeping

Secretary – Elva Murdoch, A Touch of Wellness

Social – Kathy Sekulich, Tupperware

Programming – Ed Martyn, Thrive Foods

Newsletter & Facebook – Marie Kalawa, Rodan and Fields

Membership – Heather Thomson, Dove Designs

The SBA meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month, September through June, with December and July being social events.

There are a variety of marketing opportunities for members – from speaking and/or networking at  regular meetings to free postings on the website and Facebook page, to newsletter articles and announcements.  Members can also gain visibility through sponsorships, door prizes, and participation on committees, the board, and in fun events, including the Canada Day parade.

Membership to the SBA is $95 per year with no charge to attend meetings.  Membership in the SBA is open to all small businesses, including home-based businesses.

For more information, visit  CVEntrepreneurs.com

 

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