Boys and Girls Clubs Celebrate the Joy of Soccer on Ontario Street with Coca-Cola Canada

TORONTO, July 7, 2014 /CNW/ -

WHAT:   100 young athletes from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada and dozens of Coca-Cola Canada employees will celebrate the power and happiness of participating in a team sport by engaging in a street soccer tournament.  Coca-Cola Canada recognizes that amazing things happen when people come together in the name of sport, and is proud to take to the streets, creating an unforgettable memory for the youth to enjoy.
   
  The games will begin with an in-kind donation from Coca-Cola Canada to the Boys and Girls Clubs to help encourage more young people to get active across Canada.
   
WHEN:   Friday July 11, 2014
  11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
WHO:  
 




● Norm Kelly, Deputy Mayor of Toronto
● Hon. Glen Murray, Ontario Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
● 100 youth from Boys and Girls Clubs in the GTA 
● Representatives of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada and Coca-Cola Canada
   
WHERE:  Ontario Street, between Adelaide Street E and King Street E
  Toronto, Ontario
   
PHOTO OPP:



● Ontario Street shut down and turned into a soccer pitch to celebrate the power of sport
● Local dignitaries participating in a sport with local youth from GTA Boys and Girls Clubs
● Athletes from Boys and Girls Clubs enjoying soccer matches with Coca-Cola Canada employees

 

 

SOURCE Coca-Cola Canada

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