TORONTO, Nov. 26, 2013 /CNW/ - The Buffalo Bills return to Toronto's Entertainment District Business Improvement Area (TOED) this December as part of a continuing series of National Football League (NFL) games playing at Rogers Centre in Toronto. The Atlanta Falcons vs. Buffalo Bills game kicks off on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at 4.00 p.m. Visitors to the Entertainment District may look forward to a pre-game NFL Football Festival and special offers from participating Entertainment District locations from November 29 to December 1, 2013.
"The Bills in Toronto series," will run through to 2017. The agreement promises that the Bills will play one regular season game at Rogers Centre each season, as well as one pre-season game in 2015.
Toronto's Entertainment District BIA supports fans of the "Bills in Toronto" series with 14 special offers available for Bills ticket holders at participating Entertainment District locations. Among the District's offerings during this time period are exclusive offers from restaurants, bars, hotels and spas in one of Toronto's liveliest neighbourhoods. Offer details can be found here http://torontoed.com/offer/15460
According to Janice Solomon, Executive Director, Toronto Entertainment District BIA, "We are happy to welcome the Buffalo Bills. The Entertainment District is already hearing the buzz for this series and we look forward to welcoming football fans."
The featured participants include: The Ballroom; Big Daddy's Bourbon Street Bistro & Oyster Bar; CN Tower; DEQ Terrace Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto; Grace O'Malley's; Hyatt Regency, Toronto; Joe Mamas; Momofuku Noodle Bar; N'awlins; Quesada; The Red Tomato; The Second City; Spa My Blend by Clarins and Steam Whistle Brewery. The exclusive offers can be redeemed by showing your tickets at these participating locations.
About the Toronto Entertainment District Business Improvement Area:
Established in 2008, TOED's mandate is to promote, improve and preserve a dynamic area of Toronto. Benefitting from economic, environmental and social factors driving downtown growth, the Entertainment District is in the midst of a renaissance, firmly establishing itself as a thriving and vibrant district for living, creating, working and entertainment. From the Air Canada Centre to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, the Entertainment District includes many of Toronto's most iconic buildings. In the heart of the District is the CN Tower, Steam Whistle Brewing, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, MetroToronto Convention Centre, Rogers Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre and TIFF Bell Lightbox.
SOURCE: Toronto Entertainment District Business Improvement Area
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