LADIES’ NIGHT: Harris Oceanside Chevrolet’s ladies’ night saw more than 60 women tour the dealership

Ladies night at Parksville auto dealership

More than 60 women toured the Harris Oceanside Chevrolet dealership Tuesday night in Parksville

  • Feb. 20, 2014 12:00 p.m.

LADIES’ NIGHT: Harris Oceanside Chevrolet’s ladies’ night saw more than 60 women tour the dealership, talk with technicians and enjoy a few glasses of wine and a chocolate fondue fountain on Tuesday, Feb.18. Above from left, sharing a toast are Harris Oceanside Chevrolet financial services manager Ashley Henry, Chrissy Andrusco, Lois Grant, Julie Bronson and Angela  Giannotti.

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