snapd Re-Brand Launch Party
While our October edition gave everyone the chance to see the exciting new look of snapd, we were privileged to have approximately 125 of our valued client and community partners join us at Richview Manor for a special Brand Unveiling on September 27th. Just a few days before the public would see how SNAP had evolved into snapd, the event gave us the chance to showcase the exciting new features while also celebrating many of the people who have also played an instrumental role in helping us get to this point.
snapd representatives from Head Office were on hand, including President and C.E.O. Paul Dutton, who was able to offer insights into the many exciting features to come during a brief address that followed a video presentation. After snapd Vaughan East & snapd Woodbridge Publisher John Amendola thanked everyone in attendance, the Mayor of Vaughan, Maurizio Bevilacqua, made his way to the podium to offer his thoughts and present John & Paul with a token of gratitude from the City of Vaughan. While enjoying some delicious food and 5-Star hospitality afforded to them by the venue, Richview Manor, attendees were very intrigued by the possibilities of brand and community awareness with snapd. The brand re-launch party was a great way to pay tribute to all that SNAP was able to accomplish and bring the snapd brand to life all at the same time.
The online features will help keep all of our readers far more engaged, allow them to have a little more input into what content is published, and give our community partners more people to engage with as the company continues to grow. We are very excited about the feedback we received that evening (as well as what we continue to receive from the public since October 1st) and we thank everyone who helped make the Brand Unveiling such a memorable evening.
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