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Posted: September 18, 2014

New president for Kimberley Chamber

Greg Bradley
Greg Bradley

The board of the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce has announced that Greg Bradley will be taking the reigns as President, as Liana Shaw announced her resignation to pursue expanding her business, and will be relocating to the Kamloops area.

During her nine-month term as President, Liana focused on strengthening the Downtown Business Association, which included gaining representation with merchants from Marysville.

A main objective of the DBA was building a stronger Thursday night vibrancy in downtown Kimberley to coincide with the Kimberley Farmers Market.

LShawLiana, along with the Chamber Board of Directors, continued to expand JulyFest with its growth in entertainment, children’s activities and other core events of the festival.

Other successes included continuing to focus on building business networking opportunities for chamber members with Business After Business, development of the Kimberley Ambassador program and hosting a roundtable discussion with Premier Christy Clark with the Kimberley and District business community to voice their concerns.

“I am so happy to have been working with the chamber over the past three years and to have a taken a leadership role over the past nine months. It’s been very rewarding working with a dynamic board to go through many positive changes and achievements to its current status. Remarkable really! I’d also like to thank Greg Bradley for taking the reins as President, to the board for the continued great work and to Mike Guarnery for all his work and passion,” Shaw said.

“I look forward to continuing with the great initiatives that Liana and the board have put into place and building our range of member services. The business climate in Kimberley is exceptional right now and I’m excited for the role the chamber has in building on this success,” Bradley said.

Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce

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