Local business donates new shirts to volunteer Rail Trail ambassadors

Vernon Rail Trail Ambassadors thank R.E.Postill and sons for their new t-shirts urging “Let’s Make it Happen!"
Image Credit: Contributed/Okanagan Rail Trail

OKANAGAN - Volunteer Rail Trail Ambassadors from Vernon to Kelowna will be dressed in bright new t-shirts thanks to R.E.Postill and sons of Coldstream. Trail Ambassadors support community fundraising for trail development at events, displays, and throughout the community, and will be seen this fall at events from Art Walk to Ribfest.

As one of several business partners supporting the rail trail fundraising campaign, R.E.Postill and sons are helping to make the rail trail happen.

“We are very happy to be able to support such a worthy cause like the Okanagan Rail Trail. The trail will be something that everyone will be able to enjoy for multiple generations to come. R.E. Postill & Sons Ltd. has always been a big community supporter and we are honoured to be a part of this legacy,” Linsey and Jamie Johannson of R.E. Postill and sons said.

The shirts were supplied by Diana's Monogramming, another great supporter of community projects.

The rail trail website provides more information on how businesses can join in.

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