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Brice Fraser




Great things are happening! These are the words that infuse the lifestyle, actions, and outlook of today’s amplified individual. We need more of these go-get-life individuals to inspire us, which is why Anna Harrison took the time to nominate Brice Fraser for the #Amplifriday spotlight!

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Anna writes: “Brice will be the first to tell you that one day he made a major decision in life and hasn’t looked back since. Brice is the owner of Brice’s Bobcat Services and what started as a very small landscaping business with one bobcat, now has four divisions to the company including landscaping, snow removal, trucking, and his newest venture, Brice’s Storage. If you know Brice, you know that he would do anything for his friends and is always available when asked to help, evident with all the volunteer hours he puts into Rotary’s projects. Getting a message from Brice is always an inspiration and a reminder that, ‘Great things are Happening!’”

We all face challenges and Brice’s outlook doesn’t make his challenges insignificant, rather his outlook sets out the expectation that things can be great when we start with hope. And although many times we as people don’t understand the remarkable impact we have through our consistency to expect and make great things happen, clearly Brice’s attitude and actions serve as an example of how we can inspire.


Brice – you are a remarkable person of impact! As is our team at Amplify Consulting Inc.’s commitment, we will donate $100 to a charity of your choice to further amplify both your remarkable impact and the charity’s.


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Recently, we happily amplified the remarkable impact of Brice Fraser. As a part of AmpliFriday, we donate $100 to a charity of choice for our amplified individual, and Brice has chosen the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.


For Brice, empathy begins at home.

"I learned that every week, 300 seniors go hungry in Kamloops. Although my dad is not in that situation, it broke my heart to think of elders like my dad going hungry."

The Kamloops Council of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, located at 168 Briar Ave, hosts a bi-weekly free luncheon for seniors. Every Thursday and Saturday from 11 am – 1 pm, their volunteer-run kitchen serves homemade soup, sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea.

Congratulations again, Brice, on being amplified; we are proud to support the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Kamloops by making a $100 donation in your honour.

 

Amplify Consulting Inc. is a company that helps leaders, and their organizations amplify their impact through communications and stakeholder engagement. #Amplifriday is our passion project we started in 2018 to amplify remarkable people of impact to inspire you, honour them, and support local charities. You can join the #Amplifriday movement as a supporter. Reach out for details.

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