Volunteer Spotlight: Nadia Cerelli-Fiore, Plan B Promotions

Meet Nadia Cerelli-Fiore, one of our many volunteers here at the Vaughan Chamber. Nadia has been actively volunteering with us for over four years and is currently the Co-Chair of the Marcom/Membership Committee.  Her time has been spent helping with Chamber promotions including the “Keep it Local Vaughan” mailout and the upcoming snapd Vaughan edition. She was also very involved with the execution of the Pitch Contest, and assists with social media coverage at our signature events.

Nadia volunteers with the Chamber to be active in the Vaughan business community. She says that volunteering is a way to network, and get to know other business owners and members in our city. Not only that, but she “loves the chamber and its events” (her words, we swear)!

The media industry is where Nadia’s passion lies. Previous to her company Plan B Promotions, she worked at multiple radio and TV stations. Moving forward in her career, Nadia wanted to stay in the field but do it on her own – and that’s just what she did.

Nadia co-founded her company 11 years ago and became the sole owner in 2016. Plan B is a marketing and media agency that works with clients from various industries such as food, hospitality, health, wellness and retail. They work to market your business so you can “B-scene”.

Did you know that Plan B has an exclusive deal for Vaughan Chamber members?  It’s a printed postcard size – advertising campaign with the bonus of boosted posts on Facebook and Instagram! Click Here to check it out.

We’d like to thank Nadia and all of our volunteers for their time and effort they contribute to our organization. Our growth and success would not be possible without all the helping hands.

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