Chamber Chatter: Gage engages

The Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in Williams Lake and area.

  • May. 3, 2011 12:00 p.m.

The Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce  is the voice of business in Williams Lake and area.

We promote the well being of business in Williams Lake and district and foster a work-, stay- and play-at-home atmosphere to all residents.

Welcome to our newest members:  Anahim Lake Inn and Bella Coola Grizzly Tours Inc.

We have two resolutions to submit to the BC Chamber for the policy sessions at the AGM in May. We thank those who helped us in the gathering of information for these policies.

Did you know that Chamber members get fuel discounts? Now how timely is that?

Some of the discounts are for two cents per litre off and/or 3.5 per cent off total purchases of fuel, oil, top-up fluids and washes.

For this and a list of all other benefits, check out the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce at www.williamslakechamber.com where people can search for products and visitor needs.

Our website promotes local and regional events encouraging visitors to come to the area and increase their length of stay.

There is no cost to list your events on our website. Call 250-392-5025 or e-mail us at visitors@telus.net.

Business Profile for Chamber Chatter: Engage Financial Services.

Engage Financial Services, owned and operated by T. Hugh Gage, has serviced clients in the Williams Lake and 100 Mile House areas for more than 16 years.

Proudly, Gage is the Chamber of Commerce group benefits program representative. As well, he sells independent life, critical illness, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, extended health, dental health, and investment options.

He is a caring advisor who advocates for his clients and takes his responsibility of servicing businesses and individuals seriously.

He thrives on helping people achieve their financial goals and financial security.

Watch for new products that Gage is anxious to make available to existing and new clients (i.e. funeral preparedness packages and new concepts in land investment opportunities).

Gage has great belief in the concept and product that the Chamber of Commerce group benefit plan offers.

It is unique because it offers owners and employees of small businesses excellent benefits at rates that are not attainable through conventional plans.

Gage has been in the “people business” for his entire career.

Solving other people’s problems is what he knows, does well and enjoys doing.

“There is great satisfaction in the service of others,” he says. “I believe in the value of my products and do my best to accommodate the needs of my clients.”

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