New members join Downtown Business Association board

The Red Deer Downtown Business Association has announced the latest additions to its board of directors.

The Red Deer Downtown Business Association has announced the latest additions to its board of directors.

Julie Oliver of MNP LLP, Andrew Luft of Johnston Ming Manning LLP, Krystal Kromm of City First Air and Kevin Traptow of Cool Beans Bus were elected to the board last month. Downtown resident Brandon Bouchard, of Great Canadian Roofing and Siding, was also appointed to the board.

Existing board members are Rolland Forsland of DOSE Coffee, Tom Lewis of Blackrock Oilfield Services, Brett Salomons of Salomons Commercial and city council representative Lawrence Lee. Leaving the board are Bill Graham, Brian Olstad, Lorna Watkinson Zimmer and Bryan Balderson.

A new executive is expected to be named in January.

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