The new Board of Directors for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce

Revelstoke Chamber elects new board members

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce elected five new people to its Board of Directors at a lunch meeting Wednesday afternoon.

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce elected five new people to its Board of Directors at a lunch meeting Wednesday afternoon.

Chelsea Lamont of the Best Western hotel, Nathan Weston of Little Caesar’s, Mike Vopni of Sotheby’s and Michelle Nagy of Bear Canyon Cabinets were voted to two year terms on the board.

Randy Driediger of the Revelstoke Credit Union was voted for a one-year term, while Chamber president Brydon Roe was re-elected for another two-year term.

They join sitting members Poppi Reiner, Angela Waterson, Sally Carmichael and Steve Bailey on the board of directors.

The new members begin their terms at the start of 2012. Among their priorities will be hiring a new executive director and finalizing a location for the new visitor centre.

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