Mayor John Henderson presented CBC Dragons' Den producers the key to Sechelt last night at a private dinner party hosted by Corin and Brian Mullins of Holy Crap cereal.
Dragons' Den held their second annual audition in Sechelt yesterday afternoon. Last season five Sunshine Coast businesses were featured on Canada's best reality show where businesses seek investment dollars from wealthy business tycoons.
Henderson remarked, "Dragons' Den fosters entrepreneurship that bolsters our local economy. The Mullins brought national media attention to our community when they were featured on the Dragons' Den.
They were instrumental in bringing the Dragons to the Sunshine Coast.
The episode taping in Sechelt created excitement in our community, focused public attention on entrepreneurship and created opportunities for other hopefuls."
Pictured from left to right; Mayor John Henderson, Amy Bourne, Tracie Tighe, Molly Duignan, Corin and Brian Mullins.