Comox Valley Record adds sales representatives

The Comox Valley Record has two new sales representatives, one new to us and the other a familiar face.

The Comox Valley Record has two new sales representatives, one new to us and the other a familiar face.

Tracey Lawrence has always called the Comox Valley home, ultimately returning to it in 2005. The following year, she became a part of the Comox Valley Record working on the real estate section. In the meantime, she raised her two daughters in Courtenay, while finding time to enjoy Valley life.

Though enjoying many years working with local realtors, she is excited to move forward to sales and be a part of a different facet of the Record.

Amy Veloso was born and raised in the Comox Valley.

Her family operates the Portuguese Joe’s Fish Market on Comox Road, which has been open nearly 50 years in the Comox Valley.

Veloso graduated from Highland Secondary School, then went on to earn a tourism and hospitality management diploma and then a bachelor of business degree with a major in marketing from North Island College.

She started with Black Press in 2012 at the Campbell River Mirror, transferring to the Comox Valley in June.

She enjoys the outdoors, sports and spending time with her friends.

Publisher Zena Williams welcomes both of the new additions to the Comox Valley Record’s sales team.

 

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