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Downtown Windsor BIA Announces New Board of Directors

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Downtown Windsor BIA Announces New Board of Directors

The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association (DWBIA) has announced its new slate of directors for the 2019-2022 term.

At the helm of the Board is Chair, Brian Yeomans of the Best Western Plus & Holiday Inn Express Hotels. Brian is a long-time proponent of Windsor, and has worked in the city centre for almost 27 years. Pat Papadeas of Rose City Politics Inc. has been appointed to the position of Vice Chair, and Bryan Datoc of Craft Heads Brewing Company is Treasurer.

The DWBIA Board is elected from its membership and approved by the City of Windsor to serve the downtown business community.

The 2019-2022 Board of Directors is comprised of:

Bryan Datoc − Craft Heads Brewing Company

Geoff Zanetti − Villains Pub Inc.

Brian Yeomans − Best Western Plus /Holiday Inn Express

Pat Papadeas − Rose City Politics Inc.

David Prantera − Bread Meats Bread

Stephanie Clark − Toasty’s Grilled Cheese & Salad Bar

Liam O’Donnell − Dr. Disc Records

Larry Horwitz − Horwitz Holdings

Rino Bortolin − Ward 3

Board Meetings are held at the DWBIA’s offices and are considered open to levy-paying BIA property owners or business owners who provide at least 48 hour notice, prior to meeting, of their intention to attend. Guests may be invited to attend at the pleasure of the Chair. The next meeting of the Board is on Thursday March 28, 2019.

The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association (DWBIA) advocates for continuous improvement, promotes sustainable growth, cultivates and protects the uniqueness and creative spirit within our city centre. As a proponent for downtown revitalization, the DWBIA strives to create and nurture a downtown that defines the character of the Windsor region and actively works to invest in amenities that people want, need and use.

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