[UPDATED] Director On Call’s President Brad French Nominated for ‘Business Person of the Year’
We previously posted the Brad French was ‘named’ ‘Business Person of the Year’ – this was incorrect. He has been ‘nominated’. The post titled has been changed, our apologies for the inaccurate post.
It gives us great pleasure to announce the recent nomination of Director On Call’s President, Brad French for ‘Business Person of the Year!” (Kingston Chamber of Commerce)
Brad has contributed largely to the community and holds numerous achievements and successes over this past year. One of which is becoming a partner in FuneralTech, a software company tailored to the Funeral Profession, formerly Twin Tiers Technologies. He is a business man with great vision, intellect and integrity and we can think of no one more deserving of this accolade.
‘This is a great honor and I am absolutely thrilled,’ says Brad. ” I wish to Thank everyone for their voice and their support and I am truly humbled.’
The Chamber hosted a business mixer last week for all nominees of this award and other categories and will announce the winners at a Black Tie Gala on November 7th.
The team at Director On Call would like to extend our best wishes to Brad and we look forward to his future successes!
Source: Director On Call
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