Regional District: North Okanagan
Attributes, Accessibility, Attitude. These hallmarks say in three words why you would consider a business investment in the City of Armstrong. The City of Armstrong is geographically, economically and socially centered in the heart of the Spallumcheen Valley. With an excellent transportation corridor, a moderate climate and a strong work force, Armstrong is in an ideal position. Excellent education, health and recreational services add to the attributes that make the City an ideal business investment. Located between the major centers of Salmon Arm and Vernon, the small City of 4800 people offers rural living at its best with major urban centers just a short drive away. It is this small town ambiance that influences the City's attitude towards encouraging a strong business presence. The City recognizes the competitive nature of business and in so doing, has initiated a variety of initiatives to ensure Armstrong businesses stay competitive. Constructing a state of the art liquid waste management system not only assured long-term sewer services, but also allowed us to forge an effective business partnership with our neighboring agricultural industry that irrigate lands with this valuable resource.
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2516 Patterson Avenue, Armstrong, BC
15 years in business. Distributed via Canada Post every year. Also has a web site. Opportunity to add digital ad sales to increase revenue. Strong annual sales and excellent local support. Very affordable advertising rates makes this shop local resource popular. Takes 3 to 4 months to complete sales...
Armstrong, BC, V0E
300sq ft - up to 1500sq ft commercial shared space available for rent in Armstrong BC. Great location with exposure and lots of parking either in front main entrance or private back entrance with own private parking area. Wheelchair access, one level building great for chiropractors / other practiti...
Vernon, Vernon, BC
Turn key. Well established Business. Strong repeat clientele for 19 years. Excellent staff in place.@
Multiple Revenue Streams:@
- Vehicle Wraps
- Paint Protection
- Window Tinting
- Wholesale Distributor...
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