GREG GARBULA JOINS TODAY’S BC LIBERAL TEAM IN NELSON-CRESTON
February 18, 2013
Nelson – Today’s BC Liberals have announced that Greg Garbula will represent the Party in Nelson-Creston for the 2013 election.
Garbula, the former Vice President and General Manager of the Kokanee Springs Golf Resort, will go toe-to-toe with NDP candidate Michelle Mungall. Garbula believes communities across the region area are looking for new leadership in the riding.
“Our riding needs an MLA who will help grow our local economy,” said Garbula. “We don’t need an MLA that stands on the sidelines – we need someone who will dig in and fight for a stronger economy.”
Garbula is the Past President of the Kootenay Lake Chamber of Commerce, and also sits on a number of local boards including as a Director of the Kootenay Rockies Tourist Association and the Regional Transportation Advisory Committee.
Garbula is impressed with the renewal taking place with Today’s BC Liberals.
“Under Premier Christy Clark, B.C. is headed in the right direction,” added Garbula. “The recently announced B.C. Prosperity Fund is exactly the type of leadership that we need in this province.”
Garbula will be nominated at the New Grand Hotel tonight in Nelson. The meeting gets underway at 7pm.
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Greg Garbula - Biography
Greg Garbula is the former Vice President and General Manager of the Kokanee Spring Golf Resort. Greg has a Business Administration Diploma as well as having taken many courses to further develop his managerial skills. As the General Manager of the Kokanee Spring Golf Resort for the the last 11 years, Greg has kept the resort on strong financial footing.
Greg also sits on the board of Directors of the Kootenay Rockies Tourist Association, the Regional Transportation Advisory Committee, and is the Past President of the Kootenay Lake Chamber of Commerce.
Greg brings 17 years of hospitality experience from some of the finest resorts in Western Canada. Starting from the bottom and and working his way up the ladder, Greg has worked at resorts such as Fairmont's Chateau Lake Louise and Banff Springs Hotel, as well as the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Delta's The Lodge at Kananaskis and the renowned Emerald Lake Lodge.