Dan Jones and Hannah Jones

Sept 10, 2019

Dan Jones – Marketing/Event Coordinator 

Dan joins the Toronto Boat Show team as Marketing/Event Coordinator. Dan has spent the previous ten years in the boating and cottage industry having previously worked for Lifestyle Integrated and CanadaDocks.
In his new role, he will be responsible for items ranging from social media to newsletters and promotions to support the overall marketing plans. He will also have some sales support responsibilities.  
His contact information is ;and (905) 951-4055. 

Hannah Jones – Office/Administrative Coordinator 

Hannah joins the Toronto Boat Show team as Office/Administrative Coordinator. Hannah is already a familiar face at the Toronto International Boat Show, as she has been a member of the on-site show team the past three years. 
In her new role, she will be responsible for payment processing, invoicing, and a variety of the company’s administrative and accounting needs.  
Hannah comes to us with a background from the promotions industry with Cotton Candy where she worked on the Parks Canada Store account.
Her contact information is ;and (905) 951-0009.

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