#WeAreYQQ hosting spring launch party at Prime Chophouse and Wine Bar

Thursday, March 31 starting at 5:30 p.m.

On Thursday, March 31, the #WeAreYQQ team will host a special Spring Launch Party at Prime Chophouse and Wine Bar starting at 5:30 p.m.

The #WeAreYQQ Project has some exciting news to announce that will have a long-term impact on business and community economic development in the Comox Valley. There will be music and updates from local innovators. Team #WeAreYQQ also has updates on what the project has in store this spring.

“We’ve been working on something very special,” says Hans Peter Meyer, team lead at the #WeAreYQQ Project.

Guests can expect an engaging, social evening that’s focussed on useful information and fun. Appetizers by Prime Chophouse. Music by Above & Beyond Entertainment, featuring #WeAreYQQ sponsor and rockstar Adil Amlani. Snapshots from businesses that are benefiting from the #WeAreYQQ Project, and more. Tickets available at WeAreYQQParty.ca


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