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Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s Kim Plumley, left, and Kim Smythe, right, share an iced tea with News Bulletin managing editor Melissa Fryer.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s Kim Plumley, left, and Kim Smythe, right, share an iced tea with News Bulletin managing editor Melissa Fryer.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s Kim Plumley, left, and Kim Smythe, right, share an iced tea with News Bulletin managing editor Melissa Fryer.

The chamber will ‘tea bomb’ businesses this summer with iced tea in reusable glasses to build community and spread happiness. Tea is provided by Tea Desire. For information, please call the chamber at 250-756-1191.

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