Cameron Wilson joins News advertising team

The Alberni Valley News is pleased to welcome Cameron Wilson to our team.

Cameron Wilson has joined the News' advertising team.

The Alberni Valley News is pleased to welcome Cameron Wilson to our team.

Wilson will join the staff as an advertising consultant.

“With an MBA in marketing, and previous experience in sales, tourism, and customer service, Cameron is a great addition to our team as the Alberni Valley News grows with the community,” says publisher Teresa Bird.

Wilson grew up in Port Alberni, graduating from Alberni District Secondary. From there he pursued his bachelor of arts at the University of Victoria and then an MBA from Vancouver Island University.

He has worked in banking, at the visitor information centre in Duncan, Milner Gardens and Woodland in Qualicum Beach, Fairmont Hot Springs Resort and media sales. Now he is happy to return to the Alberni Valley.

“I am really glad to be home again,” says Wilson.

“I am excited about working with the Alberni Valley News and with local businesses to help them develop and succeed.”

In his spare time Wilson likes to volunteer and play sports in the Alberni Valley, giving his time most recently to the Alberni Valley Bulldogs and Port Alberni Shelter.

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