VANCOUVER, May 16, 2017 /CNW/ - Skydine Events LTD - Dinner in the Sky Canada (DITSC), today announced the availability of regional franchise rights for Ontario and Alberta.
The Canadian division of Dinner in the Sky has a keen focus on its core operations in Vancouver, BC. The franchise is looking to partner with qualified operators to take over its lucrative licences in Ontario and Alberta. Skydine Events LTD is the exclusive licensee to Canada and is now entertaining bids for franchise territory rights in these two markets.
The rights to DITSC division of the global franchise have been purchased by Vancouver based entrepreneur Jhordan Stevenson. Stevenson and his team are in the final stages of preparing for Dinner in the Sky Vancouver, set to commence in July of 2017.
DITSC's goal is to focus on core operations in Vancouver and partner with qualified operators to run DITSC in Ontario and Alberta.
"The overwhelming amount of interest and support that we have gained since we announced that we would be hosting the first Dinner in the Sky event in Vancouver has sparked viral attention from the media and public alike. We have decided to focus on our core business in Vancouver and offer Alberta and Ontario franchise licences to the market."
Dinner in the Sky is no stranger to the Canadian market and held an event in Ontario back in early 2008, sponsored and hosted by American Express. The idea originated in Belgium, since then over 10,000 such events have been hosted in over 50 countries worldwide to date.
Dinner in the Sky practices the most stringent of safety standards, and prides itself on a perfect safety record through over a decade operations.
For more information on franchise opportunities please contact Linda Yao, Franchise director for Dinner in the Sky Canada.
SOURCE Dinner in the Sky Canada
For further information: Linda Yao, Dinner in the Sky Canada - Franchise Director, [email protected], www.skydine.ca