YVR exec speaking at chamber luncheon
Steve Michoulas, with the Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR), is the keynote speaker at the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon, Wednesday, February 18 at the Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort.
“We want to share with the Cranbrook business community our vision and how it is advantageous for all of us to work together.”
Chamber Executive Director David D. Hull is excited to have the YVR Authority present to the membership. “Mr. Michoulas has a compelling story of why YVR matters to all of B.C.”
There are currently 10 flights a day to Vancouver from YXC, Canadian Rockies International Airport, five direct and five indirect. From YVR the world is your next stop.
In 2014, YVR had in excess of 19 million people enter the airport, facilitated more than 273,212 takeoffs and landings, and handled 256,935 tonnes of cargo.
YVR is Canada’s second-busiest airport and employs more than 24,000 people and is a key economic generator for British Columbia.
“With all this activity at YVR business in Cranbrook is bound to be impacted in some way. Hearing directly from Steve Michoulas will help you plan for the future,” said Hull. “Learn how YVR creates jobs, helps B.C. businesses grow, and connects Canada to global destinations.”
Tickets for the event are $25 per person and are available from the Cranbrook Chamber by calling 250-426-5914 or online at www.cranbrookchamber.com.
Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce