Fast Forward is a Conference for Professionals within the Event Industry which took place at Niagara College on April 9, 2005. Danielle Andrews Sunkel was a speaker and session-leader at this Conference.
Audra Brown, interviewed Tracey Manailescu for CityPulse news, regarding WPIC’s involvement with the charity, The Bride’s Project. New and used Wedding Dresses can be bought for a fraction of the original cost and all money goes to Camps for Children with Cancer. At the recent Open House, six “Wedding Day Only” prizes were given outRead More
Danielle Andrews Sunkel was asked to be a speaker and presenter at this seminar for engaged couples.
Tracey Manailescu was interviewed by Karen Karbashewski for an Article about WPIC, which ran on October 6, 2004.
An article about Meetings and Events in Edmonton, mentioned our upcoming course at the University of Alberta.
WPIC was profiled in an article written by Jennifer Parks called “Pride of the Bride”. Danielle Andrews Sunkel was interviewed as well as few of the students registered for the upcoming certification class at the University of Alberta.
Lynda White interviewed Danielle Andrews Sunkel for a story about “How to become a Wedding Planner”. The story ran on the front page of Career Connections” on September 15, 2004 and highlighted the fact the WPIC is the only way to get a Canadian Certification.
Danielle Andrews Sunkel appeared on “Good Morning Canada” April 17 & 18, 2004. On the show she gave Wedding Planning tips and discussed The Wedding Planners and The Wedding Planners Institute of Canada (WPIC) with the host.
Striving for Success was a Conference for Professionals within the Event Industry taking place at Niagara College on April 3, 2004. Danielle Andrews Sunkel was asked to be a speaker and session-leader at this Conference. The Honourable Jim Bradley, Minister of Tourism and Recreation was the key-note speaker.