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Employee Bio – Sarah Norrad

If you haven’t had the chance to meet the lovely Sarah Norrad let me tell you – you’re missing out.  A true Island girl through and through, Sarah has a strong passion for the outdoors.  Whether it’s biking across Kelowna to raise money for MS or fly fishing out of her float tube, Sarah always has a smile on her face.  An avid yogi, she is training to become a yoga teacher and hopes to use her training as a counsellor for a local non-profit organization.

Commited to eating locally, Sarah can be found supporting Victoria restaurants or frying up the catch of the day (always with a glass of BC wine).  Next time you see Sarah at PPS Cook Street give her a wave – I can guarantee it’ll be returned with a big, beautiful smile.

Employee Bio - Sarah Norrad

Q. How long have you been with Prima Strada?
A. Two Years

Q. Where can we usually find you – PPS Bridge or PPS Cook?
A. I’m a Cook Girl

Q. Where is your hometown?
A. West Coaster Born and raised.

Q. What’s your favorite restaurant/food item in your home town?
A. The Sooke Trout at Brasserie l’Ecole.

Q. What’s your favorite pizza?
A. Margherita with olives

Q. What’s your ultimate comfort food?
A. Porridge. I eat it every day.

Q. Current favorite wine/beer or drink?
A. Young and Wyse 2009 Noble Blend Black Label

Q. What is the theme song to your life right now?
A. ‘Sunshine Blues’ – Bahamas

Q. If you could go to one place for a week all expenses paid, where would you go?
A. Iceland for trekking and horse back riding

Q. Best part of being with Prima Strada?
A. The People!

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