Business

Business leaders featured in show

A 30-minute television show featuring two Nanaimo business leaders has been picked up by an Island station.

CHEK TV promises the show The Sky’s the Limit will bring a fresh look at the world of business travel, dining, arts, and culture, with two hosts who epitomize young, successful business people.

Levi Sampson, president and part owner of Nanaimo’s largest private employer, Harmac Pacific, and Suzanne Teresa, acclaimed photographer and owner of ST Photoworks, navigate the world of business travel and give audiences an inside look at can’t miss events and attractions for the business traveler.

The new show premieres on Monday (Sept. 17), 8:30 p.m., on CHEK.

The non-fiction television series features Sampson and Teresa interacting with accomplished personalities from around the world, sharing the nuances about the history, customs, food, culture and lifestyles of the cities they visit.

Some of the world-renowned places featured in the premiere season include Sydney, Melbourne, The Island of Tanna (Vanuatu), Montreal, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, and the resort town Tofino.

For more information on the series, please visit www.skysthelimittv.com.

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