The Canadian Construction Network Launches Hi Girl! With a Feature on Pacific Blasting of Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- With the launch of Hi Girl! (The Home Improvement Girl!), TCCN.ca has introduced the hostess, Vancouver model/actress Denyc, who during the launch will take viewers on location to Abbotsford, BC, to speak with Ron Elliott who shares with homeowners the importance of safety, proper qualifications and the procedures of carrying out a successful blasting and demolition job and will discuss the occasional work that Pacific Blasting is asked to do with the Vancouver Bomb Squad.

According to the general manager of TCCN.ca, "Pacific Blasting and Demolition, Ltd. has been a world leader in the construction industry for over 55 years. A few of their past projects include the demolition of the historical Woodwards building in downtown Vancouver, the Pacific Pallisades in Vancouver, and drilling and preparation of the demolition of the King Dome in Seattle, Washington, to name a few."

Mr. Elliott, who is an Applied Science Technologist, studied at BCIT in Vancouver, and has an extensive background working in the Canadian mining industry. "I think it is very important for home owners to do a research when choosing a blasting company to work with on their project, and I think TCCN.ca is a great tool for anyone to find out more about the inner workings of a construction trade and the processes of doing a job properly. A real asset to the community," says Mr. Elliott. Hi Girl! Hostess, Denyc adds, "We will be delivering a lot of fun and interesting information, you can count us to leave no stone unturned!"

About TCCN.ca

TCCN.ca - The Canadian Construction Network is a community where homeowners, construction contractors and businesses can congregate in a free online community, find local businesses, interact, and get to the truths in the construction industry with complete transparency. Throughout the TCCN website visitors will find and connect with construction businesses in their local area by using the Local Business Directory on the site's menu bar.


The local business directory is conveniently divided into provinces and cities and contains over 200 categories and over 112,000 (and growing) businesses all over Canada.
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Press Release Submitted On: October 22, 2009 at 3:25 pm
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