Our new advertising sales rep

And introducing …

My name is Lisa Harrison.
You’ve probably seen my friendly face before from my time with What’s On Digest.

My name is Lisa Harrison.

You’ve probably seen my friendly face before from my time with What’s On Digest.

Now I’m moving on up to the North Island Gazette where I have taken the position as an advertising sales representative.

I bring a wealth of North Island knowledge and history with me.

I grew up in Port McNeill, then moved to Port Hardy 14 years ago when I married.

My husband and I have two wonderful children and a group of North Island family and friends.

I am excited, happy and thrilled to be at the Gazette where I can create and keep in contact with our local businesses and community events.

We all just shared the common experience — and the wonderful North Island community spirit  — with the Hardy Buoys Big Event.

We need to support each other more than ever, so let’s keep this going.

If we support the businesses we have on the North Island it will keep them here that’s the bottom line.

This will allow them and the community to grow and this is what’s known as a WIN, WIN.

I look forward to working with everyone and bringing exciting, fresh ideas to the North Island Gazette.

Give me a call at 250-949-6225 or email me at sales@northislandgazette.com

 

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