Canadian Yachting And CYOB Boost Social Media Program

Amelia Morris

Nov 9, 2017

Greg Nicoll, Publisher for the Canadian Yachting magazine team and our sister publication, Boating Industry Canada News Week, has announced the appointment of Amelia Morris to the position of Director Social Media. Amelia will be managing social media, public relations and communications for Canadian Yachting. 

Amelia’s role is to find better ways with our social media platforms to collaborate with our readers and advertisers to extend our publicatons’ messaging to our audience across Canada.

Got a social media hot newsflash or retweet? Reach out to Amelia directly

CY FBPlease see the links to all our social media channels below, to check them out to get a sense of our new social media strategy and how we can extend your reach across Canada. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

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A perfect sunset off St. John with St. Thomas views for backdrop.

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