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Chase is in his second season as the Director of Media Relations & Broadcasting for the Warriors. Originally from the Fraser Valley in the small town of Mission, Chase began his career with the Prince George Cougars and 94.3 the Goat in Northern BC back in the Summer of 2014. Then was accepted into the BCIT Radio Arts & Entertainment Program in 2016. That is where Chase began his play by play career in the BC Major Midget League with the Valley West Hawks and Fraser Valley Thunderbirds. After graduating BCIT in 2017-18, Chase moved to the Okanagan where he would work with Sun FM and EZ Rock and would be the in stand voice of the Penticton Vees. In August 2018, Chase would accept the a position with the Warriors and has never looked back. Currently Chase calls Kelowna home with his girlfriend Jamie and works full time in Digital Marketing sales with Agency Media Monday to Friday.

Email: chase.johnston@westkelownawarriors.ca

Cell: (604)217-3506

Business Manager – Nicole Shane

Email: Nicole.Shane@Warriors.Hockey

Nicole Shane was born in the small northern town of Telkwa, BC and moved to Kelowna to attend University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree.  She is currently earning her Master of Business in Hockey Management from Athabasca University.

In her second season as the business manager for the Warriors Nicole is the face of the company in the office, greeting visitors with a genuine smile, while working hard behind the scenes to ensure things run smoothly.

Nicole loves the sport of hockey and joined a bunch of Mom’s determined to play the game ten years ago.  After spending a whole year learning how to skate and stick handle ‘Mid Ice Crisis’ finally hit the ice.  The shots on net that first game were 54-2…but kudos to them for their perseverance and dedication as last year Mid Ice Crisis won the league!!