New addition to the 100 Mile Free Press

Taylor Ormiston is joining the 100 Mile Free Press as a Multi-Media Marketing Consultant.

She’s been in the area for over a year and a half originating from the Lower Mainland but says she’s lived all over.

“I’ve done a whole bunch of different stuff, hospitality, marketing, always involved with horses and ranch life,” adding that she’s lived in South America for two years.

She says she’s excited to join the Free Press to get more involved with the community.

“Really learn what’s going on in 100 Mile, where it’s going, where it’s been, who’s here, what they’re interested in doing and where they’re interested in taking it.”

Ormiston says she didn’t have any specific reason for choosing to come to the South Cariboo, it just sort of happened.

“I’ve chosen to stay because I really feel like it is a community in development. There is a lot of new and interesting things happening, new people coming in. A lot of really interesting history as well you know some of the people that have been here for a long time. You know seeing some of the history evolving into a developing community is exciting for me.”

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