Share some info on a business walk

The Salmon Arm Economic Development Society would like to know about your business.

The Salmon Arm Economic Development Society would like to know about your business.

Volunteer teams will be participating in a Business Walk on Thursday, Oct. 22, going door-to-door from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and asking business owners or managers a few questions about their business. The society says all information will be kept strictly confidential.

“You will be providing valuable information that area support agencies can use to develop programs and services that will better support our local small businesses,” says Lana Fitt, economic development manager.

If you would like to ensure that your business is scheduled to receive a visit on that day, contact by email at or by phone at 250-833-0608 prior to Oct. 16.


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