Penticton 2017 ITU Multisport Festival and Challenge Penticton are looking for traffic control persons to work multiple days on July 23 and Aug 18 - 27, 2017. Pictured, a volunteer hands out water to athletes to help them keep cool and hydrated. Chris Stenberg photo

Challenge, ITU seeking volunteers

Challenge Penticton, ITU Multisport Championship seeking traffic control people

Penticton 2017 ITU Multisport Festival and Challenge Penticton are looking for traffic control persons to work multiple days on July 23/17 and Aug 18 to 27, 2017.

Watch the race from the best seat in the house and get paid. Not certified? No experience? No problem. They are offering to pay for your training on the condition that you commit to working the above noted dates.

The next set of classes are July 17 to 18. Limited space available.

You must be a responsible individual with a good attitude, attend your scheduled training from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for two days and supply your own CSA approved safety boots (other safety equipment will be provided). Contact stan@penticton2017.com to reserve your spot.

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