Radio West | Jan 15, 2013 | 5:15

Establishing ties between Kelowna and Scottsdale

Business and city representatives from Kelowna and Scottsdale, Arizona are getting together to strengthen ties. Kelowna's Mayor, and its executive director of business development, Jim Paterson, are part of a delegation heading south for a business summit. Jim Paterson joined Radio West guest host Kathryn Marlow to explain.

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