Albert County Chamber of Commerce
Bulletin 2022-06-06

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Each week we shine the spotlight on one of our ACCC members. Remember to send us any business updates or news for additional mentions in our newsletter!

Member Spotlight: Darren Phillips Auto Repair

Since 2003, Darren Phillips and his team have provided Greater Moncton with phenomenal automotive service. They offer a wide array of automotive services, such as air conditioning, brakes, electrical, fuel injection cleaning, oil changes, tune-ups and wheel alignments.

They also sell and install tires and will service your seasonal tire switchover.

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Welcome to our new members!

Welcome to our latest members, Victory Stitches and Fairview Consulting Corp. Please join us in welcoming them to the community.

New Women in Leadership Website launched by WBNB

Women in Business New Brunswick (WBNB) announces its new website for the Women in Leadership — From Talk to Action project, which aims to bring together information about women’s leadership in New Brunswick under one platform.

The project will last for three years and the goal is to achieve gender equality in leadership roles and at all levels of decision-making.

“By helping to boost women’s participation in the boardroom, and in the political arena, we can play a key role in reducing the wage gap while also improving organizational performance in all sectors of the economy.”

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Tosh Taylor podcasting live from the Moncton Highland Games

Member and local podcasting personality, Tosh Taylor, will be podcasting live from the Moncton Highland Games on June 18th as part of a Redhead Gathering for World Redhead Day.

Follow her on social media for more information.

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Busy hurricane season anticipated

Another busy storm season is on the horizon for Atlantic Canada, with 21 predicted storms powerful enough to have a name.

Bob Robichaud, meteorologist, said the main thing to do to prepare is to know the risk.

“It all starts with knowing your risks and what you need to do to come up with a plan to mitigate those risks prior to the start of the season.”

Stay safe!

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DID YOU KNOW? Your ACCC Membership gives you a 5% discount on any ad space in Connecting Albert County’s monthly magazine. Find out more.