Glenn Squires, CEO, Pacrim Elected As Chairman Of Tourism Industry Association Of Nova Scotia (TIANS)
Bedford, Nova Scotia – June 2, 2014 – On May 23, 2014, TIANS held its Annual General Meeting at Pictou Lodge Beach Resort. A list of TIANS newly elected Board of Directors is below:
- Glenn Squires (Chairman), Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc.
- Jeff Farwell, Murphy’s The Cable Wharf
- Jim Miller, Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa
- Scott MacAulay, Cape Breton Resorts
- Scott Travis, The Prince George Hotel
- Andrew Alkenbrack, Cabot Links
- Lorne Johanson, Alicion Bed & Breakfast
- Franziska Fenselau, Canadavac Travel Services
- Carl Sparkes, Devonian Coast Wineries Ltd.
- Jerry Staples, Halifax Stanfield International Airport
- Gary Moore, Casino Nova Scotia
- Glynn Williams, Authentic SeacoastTM Company
“As Chairman, I look forward to working with the TIANS Board of Directors as well as Darlene Grant-Fiander, President, TIANS and her team over the next year. It is a crucial time for the industry in Nova Scotia, and I am confident that the incoming Board of Directors will lead and inspire the change that is required to ensure tourism achieves its potential in Nova Scotia,” said Glenn Squires, Chairman.
Working with partner associations and stakeholders, TIANS is committed to representing the best interests of the industry; enhancing and supporting the development of a competitive business environment; advocating on issues critical to the industry’s success; and most importantly, leading Nova Scotia’s most promising economic sector.
About Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc.
Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. is one of Canada's largest, privately-owned hotel management and development companies with a portfolio of 41 hotels throughout Canada and the United States. Formed in 1997, Pacrim has a wealth of expertise to offer clients such as acquisition and disposition support, concept design, development, centralized Accounting and Purchasing, e-marketing as well as property and asset management services.
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