Sarah Peterson new Marketing Coordinator at Revelstoke Chamber

Kootenay Business wishes Sarah much success in her new position.

Sarah Peterson

Sarah Peterson, new Marketing Coordinator for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce. — Photo courtesy Sarah Peterson

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce has a new marketing coordinator who is replacing Meghan Tabor who moved recently to head up Tourism Revelstoke.

"I'm originally from Christina Lake, BC, and I moved to Revelstoke in the fall of 2008. I am one of those classic examples of someone moving to Revelstoke for the skiing, and staying for the community. Since moving here I have worked as a server at a few restaurants in town; organized events such as Hot Lapse - Pro Photographer Challenge, and the Martha Creek Meltdown mountain bike race; worked as station operations manager and radio show host at Stoke FM; volunteered at numerous events; and freelanced in web design, graphic design, and marketing," says Sarah Peterson. "I was working as a digital marketing contractor for Tourism Revelstoke for a year prior to being hired on full-time as marketing coordinator for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce/Tourism Revelstoke at the beginning of April. I am one of Revelstoke's biggest fans, and I am beyond stoked to have been selected to help advance its future in the tourism industry. It just feels like a natural fit for me!"

We wish Sarah much success in her new position.

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