Last chance for chamber directory

Each April, the Comox Valley Chamber of commerce produces a business directory.

Each April, the Comox Valley Chamber of commerce produces a business directory.

It is delivered to over 750 chamber members, business organizations and issued to newcomers to the Valley with the Welcome Wagon team.

It is an indispensable directory for anyone looking for local products and services. Members get complimentary listings in the alphabetical listings and also under their business type in the Buyers Guide section.

For more information about your last chance to book a display ad, contact Larry Seburn at 250-334-3234, ext. 2, or membership@comoxvalleychamber.com

This is a good time to ensure your information is correct before it goes to print for the 2011 Members Directory & Buyers Guide. To do this, go to www.comoxvalleychamber.com, click on Our Members (above the red car).

You can search by typing in all or just part of your name — or you can search by business type. You can fax corrections to 250-334-4908.

If you require assistance or need more information, contact Laura at 250-334-3234, or admin@comoxvalleychamber.com.

— Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce

 

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