BCTA president goes on tour

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LANGLEY, B.C. — B.C. Trucking Association (BCTA) president Paul Landry is on the road to talk to members and discuss the future of the provincial trucking organization.

Landry began his road trip on Vancouver Island July 17 to 20. His next stop is the Kootenays, where he will be visiting members from July 30 until Aug. 3.

From Aug. 27 to 31, Landry will be in the Okanagan region and from Sept. 24 to 28, he will be in Northern B.C.

To arrange a meeting with Landry when he comes through your area, the BCTA is encouraging members to call 800-565-2282.

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