Getting the word out

Getting the word out

A Sooke business found a humourous way to pin point the Sooke News Mirror's new location.

  • Aug. 21, 2013 5:00 a.m.

The good folks at Sooke Fax & Copy Centre had so many people asking where the Sooke News Mirror’s new office was that they placed this on their front counter and on Facebook.

It’s nice to see someone with a sense of humour.

Other walk-in businesses displaced from the July 31 fire have found premises as well. They include Barton Insurance who are now at Evergreen Centre by Fields. The Royal Bank has set up in two spots, one at Shoppers Drug Mart and the other atr the Cedar Grove building on Sheilds Road.

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