Director of corporate partnership David Michaud of the Penticton Vees, pictured here with Jared Nash at last season’s team awards ceremony is leaving the organization at the end of the month. Photo courtesy of the Penticton Vees Twitter.

Penticton Vees looking for new corporate partnership director

David Michaud will be leaving the Penticton Vees at the end of October

The Penticton Vees are in the market for a new director of corporate partnership.

In a news release Thursday the team announced the departure of David Michaud at the end of October.

“David has done a tremendous job in elevating our presence in the corporate community in Penticton and the South Okanagan over the past three years,” said Vees head coach, general manager and president Fred Harbinson. “We wish him all the best both professionally and personally.”

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In 2016 Michaud was named an Alternate Governor for the Vees, and his role has him overseeing corporate sponsorships and broadcast sales within the organization.

“This is an attractive opportunity that I’m confident will garner a great amount of interest,” said Harbinson. “I will start the search for David’s successor immediately.”

Interested candidates can apply with résumé and cover letter to media@pentictonvees.ca.


 

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