The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce board of directors

Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce acclaims new board of directors

Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce elects five new board members

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce named five new people to its board of directors at a lunch at the Regent Hotel on Wednesday.

The new members are:

— Shaun Aquiline of EZ Rock Radio

— Mark Bolton of Trukars

— Craig Brown of Community Connections

— Nicole Cherlet of Big Mountain Kitchen & Linen

— Veronika Stevenson of Sky Trek Adventure Park

Two existing directors will return to the board:

— Randy Driediger of RCU Insurance

— Peter Nielsen of the Sutton Place Hotel

They will join Mavis Cann of the Revelstoke Times Review, Edna Mae Johnson of the Minto Manor and Lisa Longinotto of the Revelstoke Resort Shuttle on the board of directors.

Steve Bailey of Revelstoke Mountain Resort has stepped down as President of the Chamber of Commerce but remains on the board in the role of past-president.

Board members serve two year terms. There were seven openings this year due to the election of former directors Connie Brothers, Scott Duke and Trevor English to city council.

 

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