Successful Business After Hours hosted by Seca Marine

Lake Country Business After Hours for April was held at Seca Marine. Kris Killick and Sean Newby hosted a very successful event.

Lake Country Business After Hours was hosted by Kris Killick and Sean Newby at Seca Marine.

Lake Country Business After Hours for April was held at Seca Marine. Kris Killick and Sean Newby hosted a very successful event.

Seca Marine had a lot of news to share with the community. They are now running their water sports program, which includes rentals and lessons, out of the Lake Country Board and Ski Club located in Oyama as they are now sponsoring and helping to run the club.

The new shipment of 2012 Tiges will be arriving at Seca Marine shortly.

Stay tuned as Seca is soon to be a Tige Boat dealership.

Seca Surf and Lifestyle has the best selection of clothing, accessories and water sports gear in the Okanagan as well as so many choices for wakesurf and wakeboard lessons.

The business also offers charters and camps, stand up paddle lessons, watersports rentals of stand up paddles, kayaks, single and double wakesurf/wakeboards, tubes, and daily and weekly high-end boat rentals.

There is truly something for everyone, from getting your boat summerized, detailed and ready to hit the water.

The April event was catered by the brand new restaurant in town—Routes Grill—with Big Surf Brewery donating the beer. What a delicious selection of appiess and drinks they both contributed.

The next Lake Country Business After Hours event will be hosted at Aspen Grove on May 23.

Submitted by Katharine Russell. The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce is located at #40-9522 Main Street in Lake Country, V4V 2L9.



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