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Avricore Health Inc. Advisory Board Welcomes Hector Bremner – January 30, 2019

Avricore Health Inc. Advisory Board Welcomes Hector Bremner

Communications professional and former advisor to BC Deputy Premier and Vancouver City Councillor will support Strategic and Government Affairs

Avricore Health Inc. (TSXV: AVCR) (“Avricore Health”) is very pleased to announce that Hector Bremner will join the company’s Advisor Board and support strategic communications and government affairs.

After a successful career in business development and operations management with some of Canada’s largest brands, Mr. Bremner founded Vancouver based TOUCH Marketing in 2007, whose innovative marketing, communications and project management strategies earned him a strong reputation for delivering results.

He was invited to join the Government of British Columbia in 2013 where he served as a key advisor in the offices of BC’s Minister of International Trade, the Minister of Tourism and Small Business, as well as the Ministry of Natural Gas Development and Deputy Premier. After leaving the BC Government, Mr. Bremner joined Vancouver based communications firm Pace Group as Vice President of Public Affairs. There, he put his unique experience and special capabilities toward navigating the process of public policy making and ensuring his clients’ messages are heard.

Mr. Bremner has supported a broad range of clients on high profile matters in the energy sector, nonprofit, industry associations, local government and First Nations. Clients have found the support they needed through his ability to align objectives with that of the public and key stakeholders through effective strategic communications approaches, as well as innovative government and public engagement.

“I’ve always been driven to support organizations seeking to make a positive change beyond the balance sheet” Hector said. “I really believe In Bob’s passion for innovation and Avricore’s mission to help people take control of their health.” said Mr. Bremner.

In 2017, Hector Bremner was elected to Vancouver City Council in a rare by-election, having a dramatic impact on the city’s political culture and policy approaches related to the ongoing housing crisis. The following year he challenged for Mayor of Vancouver on a pro-affordable housing platform. While unsuccessful in achieving electoral success, his candidacy has been noted for its powerful message and positive impact on the policy environment.

Bremner’s board and nonprofit related experience also includes:
-Fundraising for the Canadian Olympic Committee
-Board Director of the BC Senior Services Society

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-Board Director of the Vancouver Biennale
-Cabinet Member, A Night of Miracle, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

“Hector’s expertise and unique skill set is a welcome addition to Avricore Health’s team as we continue to offer healthcare innovations that will help to optimize healthcare outcomes for consumers in the community pharmacy setting” said Avricore Health CEO Bob Rai. “Avricore Health is now better positioned to navigate the policy and regulatory environment and ensure our new and emerging technologies can get to the people who need them.”

About Avricore Health Inc.

Avricore Health Inc. is committed to becoming a health innovator and applying technologies at the forefront of science to core health issues at the community pharmacy level. The Company’s goal is to empower consumers, patients and pharmacists with innovative technology, products, services and information to monitor and optimize health. www.avricorehealth.com

Bob Rai, Director and CEO


[email protected]


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