2011 Chamber of Commerce executive announced

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The Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce has elected its new executive committee.

Andrew Tylosky has been voted in as the Chamber’s president, a position he will be holding for the next year. Tylosky says he’s excited to be taking over the role and working with the chamber and local businesses to build business excellence in the community.

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As well as holding a director position at the Chamber, Tylosky was also the previous chair of the policy committee. He is also the current owner of Motion Media.

He says he hopes to work with everyone involved in the Chamber to evaluate how it functions and the benefits it can bring to its community members.

Along with Tylosky, the Chamber’s new executive for 2011 is:

1st Vice President – Tony Zabinsky (Scotia Bank)
2nd Vice President – Kathy Miller (Remax)
Treasurer – Nicholas Weswick (School District #60)
Past President – Russ Beerling (Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca)
Staff – Annette Oak, Manager

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