BC Trucking Association Names New Vice President

LANGLEY, BC — Trace Acres has taken the role of Vice President with the BC Trucking Association (BCTA).

Trace will be responsible for all communications regarding BCTA policies and advocacy, the association said in a press release.

Trace is no stranger to transportation. The Former Director of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs for the BC Automobile Association (BCAA) has also spent time as Manager of Communications and Media Relations for Translink and BC Transit, as well as five years as Manager of Communications for the Vancouver Port Corporation.

He holds an MBA from Simon Fraser University and a Diploma of Technology in Broadcast Communications (Journalism) from the BC Institute of Technology.

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