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HUB gets naming rights for theatre at Chilliwack Cultural Centre

Tim Brandsma, assistant vice-president operations, Southern Region at HUB International, Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz and Michael Audet, president of the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society, toast the newly named HUB International Theatre located in the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. - Submitted photo
Tim Brandsma, assistant vice-president operations, Southern Region at HUB International, Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz and Michael Audet, president of the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society, toast the newly named HUB International Theatre located in the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
— image credit: Submitted photo

The largest performance space in the Chilliwack Cultural Centre and Chilliwack’s primary location for the arts will now be known as the HUB International Theatre.

The Centre made the announcement Monday, stating it is both proud and excited to be strengthening its relationship with local businesses, and embracing the support of the arts from HUB International.

A leading global insurance brokerage, HUB International provides a broad array of property and casualty, life and health, employee benefits, investment and risk management products and services.

HUB International believes art and culture has been proven to make a community a better place to live, creating a “good quality of life, a strong sense of pride in the community, and economic development.”

The Chilliwack Cultural Centre is owned by the City of Chilliwack and operated by the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society.

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