VANCOUVER, June 2, 2014 /CNW/ - EY has been making its mark as a leading professional services firm in Canada for 150 years, and now the firm is leaving its stamp on the street at Robson Square.
Internationally renowned 3D chalk artist Tracy Lee Stum will be bringing EY's milestone anniversary to life at Robson Square between Hornby Street and Howe Street this week, June 3-6.
"We're proud to be celebrating 150 years of building a better working world in Canada — and we want everyone to join in the excitement with us," says Fiona Macfarlane, EY's British Columbia Managing Partner. "Come see our 3D chalk mural take shape and step into our world. You won't want to miss this!"
Since its founding in 1864, EY has built its reputation on quality, trust and integrity, and has helped companies large and small, from shore to shore, reach their potential and make our nation one of the world's most prosperous.
"We're proud of our past, and even more excited about our future," adds Macfarlane.
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