Applewood Ford is officially open for business with a grand opening in Port Hardy

Applewood Ford held a grand opening on Oct.3 and is officially opened for business. The Applewood Ford team was excited to cut the ribbon as Todd Landon handed over the scissors to the new owners. The Applewood team is excited to be part of the local community. The event had cultural singing and drumming from Kwakiutl First Nation. The evening also included drinks, food, meet and greets, and gifts for those who came to the event.

Mayor Hank Bood congratulated Applewood Ford, saying that “this particular business has a long and storied tradition in this town. It’s so good to see it’s renewing itself and becoming something new for the future. I’ve always been a big proponent of shopping local.” He also noted that he wanted to “wish this business the best and good luck to the future.”


THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Opening speeches and thank-yous to everyone involved in the grand opening.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Locals had a slice of cake to celebrate the opening of the new business.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Mayor Hank Bood gives a speech, celebrating Applewood Ford’s opening.

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