Bryce is back in business on Kamloops’ North Shore

Bryce Herman is once again president of the North Shore Business Improvement Association. He stepped down from the post last summer following his unexpected departure from Chances Casino in Brocklehurst

Following a temporary hiatus, Bryce Herman has resumed his role as president of the North Shore Business Improvement Association.

Herman stepped down from the post last summer following his unexpected departure from Chances Casino in Brocklehurst. He was replaced midway through his term with vice-president Andrew Watson of No Limits Fitness and Supplement King, while Herman simultaneously sued his former employer. Herman has since settled the lawsuit and NSBIA executive director Jeremy Heighton told KTW Herman has secured a public relations/outreach role out of the John Tod Centre Centre YMCA-YWCA in North Kamloops and was elected president at the NSBIA’s recent annual general meeting.

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Watson has now moved into a past-president role.

“Stepping into the role, Bryce will pick up work we were already having conversations with the city about, which includes the North Shore Community Plan rewrite,” Heighton said.

“We’ve been talking about the Tranquille Road project for a number of years, the airport and the TMX [Trans Mountain pipeline] expansion project are going forward this year. It’s really about, he’s taken a year of hiatus, but is back and will be able to pick up mostly where those projects left off.”

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