BBB: Tips for Teens and Parents When it comes to Graduation Celebrations
Vancouver, B.C. – For thousands of B.C. high school students, one of the most important days of their lives is almost here. Leaving high school to chase their dreams is a moment in everyone’s life they won’t forget. It is also a time when parents and students alike have put some money aside to make graduation as special and unique as possible.
“We all want this day to go without a hitch,” says Evan Kelly, Senior Communications Advisor for Better Business Bureau serving Mainland BC. “We just ask that students and their families plan for the event and do their homework when it comes to hiring services. It’s a little like planning a wedding in some respects so there can be a lot of things to take into consideration before you start spending money. You want to make sure that things like flowers are ready and limos arrive on time.”
BBB serving Mainland BC offers these Graduation tips:
Evan Kelly, Senior Communications Advisor BBB Serving Mainland BC 604-488-8702 firstname.lastname@example.org 404-788 Beatty Street Vancouver, BC V6B 2M1
For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses and brands they can trust. In 2014, people turned to BBB more than 165 million times for BBB Business Reviews, all available for free at bbb.org. BBB Serving Mainland B.C., founded in 1939 and serving the Lower Mainland, Thompson-Okanagan, Northern, Central and Southern Interior BC, and the Yukon, is one of 112 local, independent BBBs across North America. In 2014, consumers turned to BBB Serving Mainland B.C. more than 1.8 million times for Business Reviews and processed 7,500 complaints.