December 05, 2003 Features & Images » Feature Story

Feature - Two boys and the Girls of Whistler 

How two local brothers built a business through networking, trade and a solid dose of integrity

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"Plus Whistler needs something like this because it gives such good exposure to the small clothing companies in Whistler."

It’s a sentiment Dee agrees with.

"Josh and Jordan are always very professional and any problem that comes up they take care of it right away," says Dee. "I’ve been in the photography business for some time and worked with a lot of different people, they are definitely among the top. It’s a win-win for everybody because it’s good for the clothing companies, it’s good for the girls and it’s good for Whistler."

The calendar is now available from Snowmotion and the official launch is Dec. 10 th at Garfinkel’s.

"It’s been a lot of planning and a lot of hours but it’s always had a good vibe. I don’t think it will fall flat because we’ve had such a good response all the way down the line," says Josh. "We don’t care whether or not we make any money doing it, we just wanted to have a really good time putting it together, creating the experiences, for us and for everybody that comes and helps us out."

Jordan agrees with his brother, adding, "Whistler is a tourist town so we hope tourists buy the calendar to take home a piece of Whistler. If this calendar has a place in Whistler, I hope it’s right on the wall beside everyone’s fridge."

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