Holistic Chamber of Commerce opens in Kelowna

HCC welcomes you to join its first gathering on Monday May 16 in Kelowna.

With a vision of healthy people on a healthy planet, the Holistic Chamber of Commerce (HCC) is weaving together an international movement promoting holistic, natural and sustainable products, services and solutions. To that end, the HCC announces the first local chapter in Kelowna, the heart of the Okanagan.

Kelowna is the perfect place for the Holistic Chamber of Commerce to support local holistic professionals and businesses, HCC said in a press release. It has a large populationand a community that values clean living and a holistic lifestyle.

The HCC is an international organization that is a natural partnership for our vibrant and growing holistic business community. The HCC is a great way to find holistic professionals and practitioners who are reputable, reliable and caring.

The HCC serves as a bridge bringing consumers together with holistic and eco-friendly options. Now with almost 2,000 professional members throughout North America, consumers have easier access to high quality health, lifestyle and business products, services and solutions. All members of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce are reference-checked prior to becoming a HCC member.

As a group associated with the international organization, the HCC–Kelowna Chapter will promote and support local holistic and sustainable professionals and business owners. Meetings are currently being held on the third Monday of the month at 430 Royal Ave., . Vist online at http://www.HolisticChamberOfCommerce.com/kelowna.

For more information on how the Holistic Chamber of Commerce can help consumers as well as holistic practitioners, professionals and businesses, visit www.HolisticChamberOfCommerce.com.

We invite you to learn about the HCC-Kelowna chapter, meet current members and other Okanagan holistic professionals to learn more about the holistic healing that is available to you in Kelowna and the Okanagan.

The HCC welcomes you to join its first gathering on Monday May 16, at P.E.A.C.E. in Mind, located at 430 Royal Ave., in Kelowna, starting at 5 p.m. and ending at 6:30 p.m.

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