Hello - My name is Ken Milligan -I was born in Northern Ireland, immigrated to Canada with my parents to Edmonton.Later I was transferred by an employer to Calgary and I now live in the beautiful city of Kamloops, BC, Canada I am not one of those hyped up so called marketing gurus that you have seen around the internet. What I am is a career professional marketing consultant. To qualify my calling myself a professional marketer please consider my background :

1) Have over 35 years experience working on color coding projects, packaging of product/services,
pricing of same, distribution solutions, advertising, promotions and public relations.
2) In 1985 I successfully completed the MBA program at the University of Calgary.
3) Have held several key positions in major corporations.
4) Have taught marketing courses at several Canadian and American colleges and universities.
5) Was honored and privileged to be associated with Brian S Tracy. (Peak Performance Training) 
6) My interests vary from rodeo, martial arts, chess, hockey, soccer, personal growth programs, gardening, fishing and the country and western style of living.

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Kamloops is located where the Coquihalla and the Yellowhead Highways (both Hwy 5) meet the Trans-Canada (Hwy 1), 163 km (102 mi.) northwest of Kelowna, and 355 km (220 mi.) northeast of Vancouver. Commercial air, bus, and train access are available. Population: 80,000 Elevation: 345 m (1,140 ft.) Average July High: 28ºC (83ºF) Average January Temperature: -5ºC (23ºF) Annual Rainfall: 20 cm (8 in.) Annual Snowfall: 86 cm (34 in)
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Located on the golden, sagebrush banks of the Thompson River, Kamloops offers spectacular glacier-worn scenery. With more than 2,000 hours of sunshine each year, it's a great place to pursue all types of outdoor (and indoor!) activities. Driving in from the west on the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1), be sure to pull over at the lookout point 25 km (15 mi.) west of town. Enjoy a picnic lunch overlooking Kamloops Lake, or merely get out to stretch your legs and enjoy the view, but be sure to get a good look at the famous “painted bluffs” across the lake. Formed more than 10 thousand years ago as a result of volcanic activity, these colored rock formations get their red and blue colors from the oxidization of iron and copper deposits in the soil. You’ll definitely want to take a picture!
You'll also want to have your cameras ready for the tigers and wolves and bears, (oh my!) at the Kamloops Wildlife Park. See monkeys, zebras, and burrowing owls, or learn about the park's species survival programs as you watch two of the remaining 400 Siberian tigers left in the world. Stroll the 49-hecatre (120-acre) grounds on foot, or tour them in style on the "Wildlife Express," the park's miniature railway system, as you observe more than 60 species of local and exotic animals, many of which are threatened or endangered. Awarded the Baines Award for excellence in Wildlife Education in 1990, the Kamloops Wildlife Park promises fun and learning to all who visit !

For a unique adventure with spectacular scenery, take a trip on the Kamloops Heritage Highway by rail. Guests can ride the rails with the sights and sounds of the magnificently restored steam engine 2141, The Spirit of Kamloops. Watch out for Billy Miner and his gang who are known to stop the train and re-enact the "Great Train Robbery." A truly unique attraction is the Sunmore Ginseng Factory. Here visitors can take a tour of the 18,000 sq. foot facility and learn about the healing powers of ginseng. This is the only professional ginseng manufacturing facility in North America. For the out of doors enthusiast, there are a variety of activities both in the city and nearby. Hyak Wilderness Adventures offers guests a fun and safe whitewater rafting experience. Depending on how much excitement a visitor desires, one can take a motorized raft trip or enjoy a paddle trip and really get involved with the river.

For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, no visit is complete without viewing the Adams River Salmon Run. Every year, nature's great story of birth, death and renewal takes place in the shallow waters of the Adams River, east of Kamloops. This annual reaffirmation of life is one of nature's most remarkable shows, witnessed by travellers from all over the world. Every year in late September to mid-October, hundreds of thousands of salmon make their way up the mighty Fraser and Thompson Rivers to spawn. It's a massive migration and a yearly ritual established well before humans settled the area. The Adams River is also the final home for Chinook, Coho and pink salmon. Of course there is nothing like a day of skiing and there is plenty available. One of the most noted ski resorts is the Sunpeaks Ski Area. The resort is internationally recognized and known for its abundant sunshine, dry and plentiful snow, friendly locals, superb grooming, and an award-winning trail and village design. There are over 3,600 skiing acres on three mountains and the highest peak soars nearly 3,000 feet above the village. Sunpeaks can entertain all from the most aggressive to the most cautious of skiers and snowboarders with its wide variations in terrain.