Skal Hamilton renamed

Skal Hamilton renamed

Skal Hamilton Club, in consultation with Skal Canada has gained approval from Skal International for the club to officially change their name to Skal Hamilton-Niagara.

This will allow leaders of the tourism and hospitality industry in the Niagara region to be globally recognized as members of the association and further enjoy the benefits of Skal Membership.

Skal is represented in all of Canada’s major tourism sectors and although anyone in the Golden Horseshoe region has had the ability to become a Skal Hamilton member, having the important tourism area of Niagara included in the club name firms up Skal’s commitment to the Niagara area.

On September 10th, Skal Hamilton-Niagara hosted a dinner at the Burlington Convention Centre to celebrate this historic event.  Several VIP guests were in attendance including Paul Durand, Skal Canada President who presides over the national board representing 17 Skal clubs and over 700 members in Canada.  The evening was hosted by Skal Hamilton-Niagara President Frank Vismeg and the members of the Club.

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Skal Canada is the sixth largest national membership of the 83 countries representing Skal International.

To become a Skal member, click here. Membership is exclusively for senior management of tourism, hospitality and travel companies. The Young Skal program is ideal for young professionals in the tourism hospitality industry.  Skal promotes “Doing business with Friends”.

The organization founded in 1934, is the largest organization of professional travel and tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. It is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry. Its’ members, industry managers and executives, meet at local, regional and international levels to discuss and pursue topics of common interest in the Travel and Tourism Sectors.  There are over 15,000 members in almost 400 clubs located across 83 nations.

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