Ian Tostenson Joins ParcelPal Board of Directors

Ian Tostenson Joins ParcelPal Board of Directors

ParcelPal Technology Inc. (CSE: PKG) announced this morning that Ian Tostenson has accepted the invitation from the Company’s directors to join the board of ParcelPal.

Mr. Tostenson is President and CEO of the British Columbia Restaurant & Food Services Association and had spent most of his career as President and CEO of Cascadia Brands Inc.  In addition, Mr. Tostenson was British Columbia’s second chairman for the British Columbia Wine Institute, a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and a recipient of Business in Vancouver’s Under 40 Entrepreneur of the Year Award.  He has served on the board as a director and was the President of the David Foster Foundation for over 22 years.  He co-founded H.A.V.E. Café which focuses on helping people in the downtown Vancouver eastside.

Jason Moreau, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company commented on Mr. Tostenson’s appointment: “I am very pleased that Ian has agreed to join our board of directors.  Ian has a demonstrated track record of creating shareholder value and we expect him to bring valuable perspective to our Company’s business strategies with his extensive experience, business acumen and proven leadership.”

ParcelPal is an iPhone, Android and desktop computer service enabling businesses, e-commerce websites and individuals to quickly and affordably have items delivered locally though crowd-sourced couriers. The Company offers same-day delivery of merchandise for leading retailers in Vancouver and soon in major cities Canada-wide.

ParcelPal Technology last traded at $0.23 with a 52 week high of $0.29. http://thecse.com/en/listings/technology/parcelpal-technology-inc

 

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