Business Expo planned by North Thompson Women in Business

Event will be held March 27, 12 - 2 p.m. in Wells Gray Inn in Clearwater

Fay McCracken speaks about the Business Expo coming up on Saturday

North Thompson Women in Business (NTWIB) was established in 2013 as an organization created in order to give a voice to Clearwater and district businesswomen, whether they be professionals, run their own businesses, work for others, or thinking about starting a business.

The group’s aim is to offer as many networking opportunities as possible to all Clearwater and district area women and to promote one another’s businesses.

We hold interesting and enjoyable luncheons that both members and the general public are welcome to attend.

The group’s monthly luncheons are held at the Wells Gray Inn on the last Monday of the month. We meet from September till May. We have a drop in fee of $2 and you purchase your own lunch and beverage.

Our next meeting will be March 27, 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. in the Wells Gray Inn

We will host our first annual NTWIB Expo on Saturday, April 2, 10am – 5 p.m. at Clearwater Lodge. This will be an excellent way to showcase your business in the North Thompson Valley. We have limited space and we are booking up fast, so call for your package as soon as possible. This event will be free for the public.

Advertise on our web site to see the local businesses and attraction in our area. Please call Fay McCracken 250-674-2700, Larissa Hadley 250-674-1514 or email




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