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THUNDER BAY, ON ---  April 20, 2012  --- Thursday JP Fraser Victoria Ave BIA board member along with Tina Huk, GinterBIA Co – ordinator and Jeff Ginter, of the BIA's  Maintenance Departmentfor  unveiled of their new branding “Fort William Business District”

Fraser said, we are extremely excited about our new branding.  There will be 40 new banners depicting  the theme Eat, Work and Shop are being presently installed
 
We want our downtown to be inclusive and recognizable.  We have also expanded our area to include  Associate Memberships. The expanded area is from Miles street in the north to Vickers street in the west to Ridgeway street in the south.

As part of our spring beautification Program we will be putting up 50 hanging  flower baskets and filling our planters with an array of beautiful flowers.

This is all part of the 5 downtown zone beautification program.  for the Ontario Business Improvement Areas Association  conference  which starts Sunday evening at Fort William Historical Park. This is the first time that it has been in Northern Ontario. 

We are thrilled to have our new banners up in time for the conference.  We are welcoming 200 delegates from around the province

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