Constituents of Nickel Belt-Greater Sudbury can expect warm Christmas Greetings this time of year as MP Serré waves to constituents driving to and from work throughout the riding, thanking them for their continued support, and offering sincerest best wishes for the holiday season.
MP Serré launched his annual waving campaign this morning in McCrea Heights heading towards Sudbury. “This is just one way to say thank you to all my constituents for their ongoing support. It’s amazing to see and feel the energy and positive reception from passerbyers, warm smiles, returned waves and honks!” shared MP Serré from his office in Val Caron.
“The holiday season is a very busy time of the year and it’s very important that I take the time to show my gratitude to residents of Nickel Belt-Greater Sudbury as they are the ones who put their trust in me to represent them in Ottawa. This is a small token of my appreciation for their support and faith in me. I don’t take this trust lightly, I am as committed as ever to serve the people of Nickel Belt to the best of my ability, it is very important to me personally,” Serré said.
Ray Bonin, who was Nickel Belt MP from 1993 to 2008, started the tradition of waving to constituents as a way to thank them and remain engaged with the riding. MP Serré is proud to be carrying on this legacy. This is MP Serré’s 7th year leading the waving tradition.
MP Marc Serré will continue his waving campaign in various locations in the riding over the next three days.