TORONTO, Feb. 24 /CNW/ - Canada's Ultimate Outdoor Adventure Show will not only open it's doors this weekend for three-days of the largest selection of outdoor adventure exhibits, interactive demos, and celebrity guests, but it will also serve as a drop off area for GLA Canada's efforts to help orphans in Haiti. Attendees can bring their used tents, sleeping bags, clothing and shoes to the show. The show will turn over all of the donations to GLA Canada who will send a container with the goods to Haiti.
"Before the earthquake hit, there were 35,000 orphans in Haiti", states Fred Cox, President of National Event Management. "With the recent earthquake, that number has tripled. The Outdoor Adventure Show wanted to help. We know that our exhibitors and attendees feel strongly for this cause and will be there to support it."
For a complete list of items you can donate, please visit the hours and admissions page at www.OutdoorAdventureShow.ca.
The Outdoor Adventure Show, presented by Ontario Tourism, takes place Friday, February 26th through until Sunday, February 28th, 2010 at the International Centre, Hall 5, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga. For more information, please visit www.OutdoorAdventureShow.ca.
The Outdoor Adventure Show is produced by National Event Management. With over 35 years of show experience, National Event Management produces some of the largest & best-attended events in North America. For more information about National Event Management, visit www.nationalevent.com.
SOURCE National Event Management
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