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CRIA presents Cranbrook Food Bank with donationPosted: May 5, 2012
Cranbrook Airport Services Ltd., Vantage Airport Group, and the City of Cranbrook are pleased to announce the donation of $1,056 to the Cranbrook Food Bank.
For the months of March and April, airport administration provided a variety of baked goods and coffee to customers, at a cost of $1 per item on the honour system.
Airport Manager, Tristen Chernove says, “I’m really pleased that during this time of transition between restaurant operators, the airport administration team was able to maintain a basic food and beverage service to customers while raising funds for a purpose that clearly inspired staff to do the extra work required.”
The airport would like to thank the public for its overwhelming support and patience during the transition to the new restaurant operator, The Pickled Bean. The airport would also like to thank Van Houtte Coffee, who donated supplies to help the Airport achieve its goal.
Cranbrook Airport Services Ltd. (a subsidiary of Vantage Airport Group) has managed and operated the Canadian Rockies International Airport (CRIA) under contract to the City of Cranbrook since 1997.
Cutline: (Left to right) Celeste Schneider, Canadian Rockies International Airport; Jackie Jensen, Cranbrook Food Bank; Tristen Chernove, Canadian Rockies International Airport; Krystal Porter, Canadian Rockies International Airport
Photo courtesy Canadian Rockies International Airport
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