Langley ambassador visits the east coast
Editor: I work at the Visitor Information Centre in North Sydney, Nova Scotia. I am writing because one of the visitors passing through the info hut today (July 24) was a lady from Langley, British Columbia.
While I don’t know her full name, she identified herself as a Langley City Ambassador.
To make a long story short, she was extremely friendly and upbeat. She and her husband stopped by the hut for information, and we had a lengthy conversation about their trip.
They asked me where they could find lapel pins of Cape Breton Island. Unfortunately, there are few lapel pin vendors in the town, but I did have a few pins to offer them from the Cape Breton Arts Council and the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
At that point, the lady offered me two pins: a flag of British Columbia pin, and a City of Langley pin. When she talked about the City of Langley, she was positively bubbly and excited to share her story of her city.
In essence, you have a wonderful city ambassador representing your city on her travels along the east coast. Even though I have never been to British Columbia (though I long to visit), when I do make it westward, I will certainly be stopping in Langley.
tourist information counselor,
North Sydney VIC,
North Sydney, Nova Scotia