Tourism Abbotsford

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The Tourism Abbotsford Society was formed in 2003 in recognition of the vital role that tourism plays as an economic cornerstone for the City of Abbotsford. A five (5) member Board of Directors, appointed annually by the Chamber of Commerce (one director), the City of Abbotsford (one director) and the Abbotsford Hotel/Motel Industry (three directors), governs Tourism Abbotsford and strives to create a strategic vision for the future of tourism in our community.

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