The Chamber is pleased to have Mel Arnold, MP join our membership for a breakfast roundtable on August 2nd at the Comfort Inn & Suites. Our members look forward to hearing Mel provide updates from Ottawa and equally important, having the chance to discuss the opportunities and challenges within the business community. These roundtables are valuable occasions to connect and discuss ways in which the federal government can help to further strengthen and support the business community.
Welcome to Maggie Benson, owner of Tribal Marketer, who recently expanded her North Okanagan boutique digital marketing agency into Salmon Arm and area. Maggie can provide online marketing solutions for small business owners to help them get more clients, customers or students. Services provided but not limited to, include: Google Adwords, Facebook Advertising, Bing/Yahoo Advertising, Email Marketing and Marketing Strategies. Contact Maggie for a free consultation on how online marketing can help you grow your business. Visit her at www.tribalmarketer.ca
Salmon Arm Wharf has an amazing new attraction, a 14’ hand-crafted sand castle! In honour of his daughter Bernadette, Salmon Arm sand sculptor Marc Dansereau is sharing his talent to support Shuswap Hospice. Marc has created a number of beautiful sandcastles in Salmon Arm and around the region and has taken his talents to the business community – offering them an opportunity to sponsor a sandcastle of any size, either indoors or outdoors. The cost of building the sandcastle depends on the size chosen. This is a great marketing opportunity and supports a very important service in our community. Go to www.shuswaphospice.ca for more information or contact Marc directly at email@example.com
The Skwlax Pow Wow takes place from August 10 – 12 at 1886 Little Shuswap Road in Chase. Hosted by The Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band the Pow Wow is a – a gathering of family & friends. Everyone is welcome! For all the details to this very popular and engaging event visit Shuswap Tourism – Events – Skwlax Pow Wow .
Salmon Arm is fine-tuning our beautiful city in anticipation the 2018 Roots and Blues Festival which takes place from August 17 – 19. This impressive music festival is held at the Salmon Arm Fairgrounds and is host to 3 days of incredible music performed by international artists as well as musicians who hail from here in our own Canadian backyard! This festival has developed into a major western Canadian outdoor event that attracts visitors from around the world. From daytime workshops to the evening main shows, you will experience remarkable outdoor musical performances with Mt. Ida as the backdrop for the main stage. The enthusiasm and spirit of the performers becomes contagious when the festival gates open, and long after the festival ends. For tickets and performer line-ups visit http://www.rootsandblues.caor call 1-250-833-4096.
Corryn Grayston is the General Manager at the Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce. She can be reached at (250) 832-6247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.