|Sammarco’s goal is to create a better Richmond by restoring pride in its citizens, pride in the colorful mixture of cultures that makes this a vibrant city, brought together more by their commonalties than by their differences.”It’s the cultural diversity that restores the power to the people, that brings prosperity,” says Sammarco, who speaks Italian and Japanese. “My expertise in international trade, cross cultural communication business management, Pacific and Asian studies and International relations will enhance
Richmond’s profile to be a city that thinks globally and acts locally.”Peter has lived and worked in Hong Kong and Japan, where he attended a prestigious university.Since he returned to Richmond, Peter has been teaching language proficiency and cross cultural business communications in Asian communities as well as the corporate culture.
“I understand the needs of the Asian community, specifically, and the Richmond community at large and how we benefit each other,” Sammarco says.
As a former business owner and the son of a businessman, Sammarco also understands the need for a vibrant business community. Richmond already has one of the best, most diverse business communities in all of British Columbia.
“We need to take the initiative to make positive change, to make Richmond a better place,” says Sammarco. “Together, working with the community, business, City Council, and City Hall employees we will find the solutions to ensure Richmond’s success. The voice of Richmond residents must be heard.”
|I invite you to visit my web site at http://www.Sammarco.ca, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone me at 604-204-0269 with your issues and concerns.It’s a return to the real purpose of government: to reflect the wishes and desires of the people.”We are the servants doing the work of the people,” says Sammarco. “When the people are heard, they become the real leaders. And we all prosper.”|