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New president elected to Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce

Addison Hubert is the new president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce. - Jennifer Lang photo
Addison Hubert is the new president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce.
— image credit: Jennifer Lang photo

Local businessman Addison Hubert is the new president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce.

Hubert, of Preferred Choice Properties, has been elected to the top spot on the executive board, and takes over for Brian Young, who now moves to the position of past-president.

The Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce recently held its election of officers and directors for 2012-2013.

Serving as vice president is Brock Lazarus

of Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino. Leona Jones of Senior Citizens Housing is treasurer, and Norma Brown of J.K. Decorating Centre is secretary.

Directors serving on the 2012/13 board are Shell Busy of Shell Busey’s HouseSmart

Home Services, Jas Chhina of the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites in Surrey, Judy Higginbotham of J.H Tourism Consulting, Chris King of Geeks Are Us Computers, Rob McDonald of Invis Canada’s Mortgage Experts, Ferne Northcott from ReMax, and Ben Wevers of The Driving Force Inc.

The executive director of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce is Bill Reid, a position that is not elected.

The chamber liaises with the City of Surrey, participating on a number of committees, and works to encourage new business and support existing ones.

It acts as the voice of business and professional people in Cloverdale to municipal, regional, provincial and federal governments.



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