MEDIA ADVISORY - Victoria Scotiabank branch celebrates 100th anniversary with a $10,000 donation the WESTCOAST Motorcycle Ride to Live
Tuesday, February 22, 2022 2:53 PM

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VICTORIA, Feb. 22 /CNW/ -

WHY:  To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Victoria Main Scotiabank branch, a donation will be made to the WESTCOAST Motorcycle Ride to Live to thank the community for their ongoing support. City of Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin will be in attendance to officially commemorate the event.
WHAT:    Cheque presentation to the WESTCOAST Motorcycle Ride to Live cake cutting, 100th anniversary celebrations.

City of Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin
Luc Beauvais, Executive Director WESTCOAST Motorcycle Ride to Live
David Poole, Senior Vice President, BC & Yukon, Scotiabank
Purdy McDonald, Vice President, Vancouver Island District, Scotiabank
Scotiabank Victoria Main Branch Manager Andrea Jakeman-Brown and employees
WHEN:  Thursday February 24, 2022
  11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; official 100th anniversary celebrations, cake cutting ceremony and cheque presentation at 11:30 a.m.
WHERE:  Victoria Main & Commercial Banking Centre Scotiabank Branch - 702 Yates Street at Douglas, Victoria B.C.

Michelle Cobb, Scotiabank Manager Community Engagement & Sponsorships, (778) 327-5451 or

Andrea Jakeman-Brown, Scotiabank Victoria Main Branch, (250) 953-5440 ext 7000 or  

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