Welcoming the World: Toronto Eaton Centre brings FIFA World Cup™ to downtown Toronto in association with CBC, the Official Broadcaster
TORONTO, June 10, 2014 /CNW/ - On Thursday, June 12, 2014 three CBC FIFA World Cup™ Viewing Lounges at Toronto Eaton Centre will open to the public, providing a place for guests to join together to cheer on the world's premiere soccer teams while they vie for the title of World Cup champions.
"Toronto Eaton Centre is thrilled to be working with CBC and FIFA to offer an exciting World Cup experience for our guests," said Meredith Vlitas, Senior Marketing Director, Toronto Eaton Centre. "With 32 countries competing in FIFA World Cup™, we want to provide a space to engage Toronto's multicultural spirit and look forward to having our guests cheer on their favourite teams."
Located in Trinity Way, Urban Eatery, and level three, Queen Street bridge, the lounges will be open during mall hours.
The Trinity Way lounge will be outfitted with WiFi and phone charging stations so fans will not miss a moment of the action! The CBC FIFA World Cup Viewing Lounges will also provide a location for soccer themed activities throughout the games.
Social media users can follow TEC's online conversation via Twitter (@toeatoncentre), Facebook (Facebook.com/Toronto Eaton Centre) and their newly launched Instagram (@toeatoncentre).
Fans can follow along with the hashtag #CBCWorldCup
|| CBC FIFA World Cup™ Viewing Lounges at Toronto Eaton Centre
Beginning Thursday, June 12, 2014
Open mall hours
|| Viewing Lounges are located in the following areas:
Urban Eatery, North side
Level three, Queen Street bridge
|| Toronto Eaton Centre
220 Yonge Street, Toronto
CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada's national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. The Corporation is a leader in reaching Canadians on new platforms and delivers a comprehensive range of radio, television, internet, and satellite-based services. Deeply rooted in the regions, CBC/Radio-Canada is the only domestic broadcaster to offer diverse regional and cultural perspectives in English, French and eight Aboriginal languages.
SOURCE: Toronto Eaton Centre
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