Former Record sales rep Cathy Snyder has joined the #WeareYQQ team.

#WeareYQQ team gains valuable experience with addition of Snyder

Will be responsible for subscriptions and membership

There’s a new face on Team #WeAreYQQ: Cathy Snyder.

Team lead Hans Peter Meyer says he’s excited about having Cathy on board.

“As the person responsible for subscriptions and membership, Cathy is also going to help us grow our unique marketing and business development service packages.”

As an ad sales representative with the Comox Valley Record for 12 years, Cathy is a familiar face to the Comox Valley’s business community. She retired from the Record three years ago to take time to travel and dance with her husband Ken, and took on more volunteer roles with the Comox Rotary Club.

She recently started attending #WeAreYQQ workshops and events to see for herself what all the talk was about.

“I was impressed with what I heard. I could see that the information being shared was valuable, and I wanted more people to be able to access this,” she says. “I like what Hans, Leif, and the rest of the people involved in the #WeAreYQQ project are doing. I’m excited to be involved at a grassroots level to help people grow and succeed in their businesses in the Comox Valley.”

Meyer says he asked Cathy if she wanted to be part of the team, and was very happy when she said yes.

“Her talent for sales is a good fit for what we need right now. We’re prepared to take this to another level, offering more services to Comox Valley business. Having Cathy on board will be a big help.”

 

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