Well-known comedian to appear at Future Shop's Yonge and Dundas store on Friday
TORONTO, Nov. 13, 2013 /CNW/ - This Friday, November 15, for one day only, Future Shop is teaming up with Saturday Night Live comedian, A Night at the Roxbury legend and avid gamer Chris Kattan to celebrate the launch of Sony's new PlayStation 4. Gamers are invited to Future Shop's Yonge and Dundas location to meet Chris and have the opportunity to try the heralded PlayStation 4 console Access will be granted on a first-come-first-served basis.
|When:||Friday, November 15, 2013|
|11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. EST|
|Where:||Future Shop, 325 Yonge St. (at Dundas St.), Toronto|
About the PlayStation 4
For the first time in seven years, Sony is releasing its new and dramatically improved gaming console:
PlayStation 4. One of the most anticipated technology releases of the holiday season, PlayStation 4 provides the very top-of-the-line in equipment and gaming experience. The PlayStation 4 console is expected to be one of this season's highly-sought gadgets.
On Friday, November 15, Future Shop is opening all store locations at 8:00 a.m. PST to sell the PlayStation 4. The night before, the following four stores in Canada are opening at midnight to get it into the hands of eager gamers:
- Toronto - Yonge and Dundas
- Calgary - Shawnessy
- Edmonton - West
- Vancouver - Robson and Granville
For more information, visit www.futureshop.ca/PS4.
About Future Shop
With 140 stores across the country and the nation's premier web store (www.futureshop.ca), Burnaby, BC-based Future Shop is Canada's largest retailer and e-tailer of consumer electronics. The company employs 10,000 technology enthusiasts, and has enabled its website, Futureshop.ca, to deliver unparalleled content about the products it sells. Futureshop.ca also hosts an online community forum and tech blog called Tech Yeah for technology beginners and tech-savvy experts to exchange ideas, reviews, tips and other consumer electronics information (www.futureshop.ca/techyeah). As a proud corporate citizen, Future Shop has developed solutions to recycle used electronics and is committed to employee volunteerism and supporting non-profit organizations dedicated to transforming local youth into Future Leaders (see www.futureshop.ca/futuregeneration).
SOURCE: Future Shop
For further information:
Elliott Chun, Communications Manager │Future Shop│[email protected]│778.990.9342
Press room: www.futureshop.ca/media