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News   November 12, 2018   by Adam Malik

Uni-Select raises money as part of celebration

Hundreds came out for the Uni-Select open house at its Moncton warehouse.

As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, Uni-Select Atlantic members held an open house and raised money for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Going with a race car theme, the open house is a tradeshow held at the Uni-Select Moncton distribution centre warehouse that saw 85 supplier booths on hand. Hundreds of attendees were able to nap ‘super specials’ as well as gather information from suppliers and take home door prizes and swag.

The night before, the company’s social event saw live entertainment from illusionist Ray Chance. The silent auction raised $2,300.



USI girls working the open house, left to right: Jill Lewis, Meaghan Bennett, Tanya Millican, Nadine Collette, Tarina Trites, Jen Sippley, Janice Paquette, Connie Dow and Emilia Savoie

Steve Stockdale, John Coyle, Anne Mayo, Meaghan Bennett and Eric Allen at the silent auction held at The Crowne Plaza Moncton.

USI operations manager Chris Lesperance with illusionist Ray Chance.

Keith Farrell, Uni-Select business development manager, presents a 20-year service award to Michel LeBlanc with Bay View Auto Parts in Digby, N.S.

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