Chamber introduces new board of directors

The Trail and District Chamber of Commerce recently announced its new board of directors to the Trail and Rossland business community.

(Top row from left) Cezary Ksiazek

The Trail and District Chamber of Commerce recently announced its new board of directors to the Trail and Rossland business community.

“Over the past few months we’ve been connecting with our members and they are responding with one unmistakable message coming through loud and clear,” said executive director Audry Durham.

“Chamber members are wanting business advocacy representation, networking opportunities and promotion.”

The chamber is responding by working with the cities of Trail and Rossland to do as much as possible to support businesses that are already here, encourage new businesses to the area and by marketing individual businesses, she added.

“Members and interested businesses will also have a chance to network at our first Business after Business on September 12 at Redstone Resort and our 2nd Annual Business Excellence Awards in October.”

For further information about becoming a member of the Trail and District Chamber, please contact 250-364-3188 or stop by the office #200 1199 Bay Ave, Trail (above the TD Bank).

 

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