Renowned entrepreneur and speaker at Chamber luncheon

Peter Legge, Chairman and CEO of Canada Wide Media Limited is the keynote speaker at the June 17

Peter Legge

Peter Legge

For the Townsman

Renowned author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Peter Legge, Chairman and CEO of Canada Wide Media Limited is the keynote speaker at the June 17 Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce Luncheon at the Heritage Inn and Conference Centre.

We are extremely pleased Peter found time in his busy schedule to come to Cranbrook,” said Chamber Executive Director David D. Hull.  “I have heard Mr. Legge speak many times and have read half a dozen of his books and I am so excited for this opportunity not only for myself but for the entire business community.”

A speaker in very high demand Mr. Legge’s trip to Cranbrook was made possible with the generous partnership of Community Futures East Kootenay.  “The ability for the Chamber to have a speaker of Mr. Legge’s caliper come to Cranbrook would not have been achievable without the CFEK partnership,” said Hull.

Peter Legge is a living legacy of one of Canada’s true entrepreneurial success stories, Controlling a network of over 50 magazines across the country, in addition to providing a diverse range of media services and products with over $30 million in annual sales.

Legge lives his life’s dream as an internationally renowned keynote speaker and bestselling author of eighteen books. Toastmasters International voted Peter “Golden Gavel Award Winner” and “Top Speaker in North America”

Peter is a community leader, tirelessly devoting his time to many worthwhile organizations. In recognition, he was notably honoured with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.  In 2008, for his lifelong commitment to serving the community, Peter received the province’s highest award, the Order of British Columbia.

Scotiabank is the partner sponsor for the luncheon that begins with networking at 11:15 at the Heritage Inn and Conference Centre.  Tickets are available from the Chamber office 250 426 5914.  $25 for members and their guests and $30 for non-members.

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