Media Alert/Photo Opportunity - Fashion Freedom Protest Hits Toronto's Union and Bloor/Yonge Stations

    The Bay launches fall campaign with staged protests around the city

    TORONTO, Aug. 24 /CNW/ - This Friday commuters will experience the Bay's
protest for fashion at Toronto's Union Station to celebrate the launch of the
fall fashion campaign called BOOM! The protest, which will feature models and
actors wearing the latest fall fashion trends, represents the fight for the
right to look fabulous every day. It will begin at Union Station at 7:30 and
at the Bloor/Yonge subway station at 8:00 AM.
    The campaign is one inspired by the baby boom generation and the Bay will
celebrate this with an integrated campaign that will resonate and excite the
target audience and beyond. "BOOM" will touch on all senses in a loud, lively
and spirited campaign that will excite consumers and make the Bay their first
stop of the season.

    What:    Protest featuring models and actors wearing the latest in fall
             fashions from the Bay

    When:    Friday August 24, 2007

    Where:   7:30am - 8:00am - Bay & Front (Union station)
             8:00am - 8:30am - Freedom March, west along Front to Bay Street
             and north on Bay to Queen Street Bay store.
             8:00 AM - 9:00 AM, 20 Bloor Street East, Yonge/Bloor Subway Exit

    Who:     Women fighting for the right to look fabulous every day

    Hbc is Canada's largest diversified general merchandise retailer,
operating in department store (the Bay), mass merchandise (Zellers), specialty
(Home Outfitters and Designer Depot) and discount (Fields) formats. With over
580 retail locations and nearly 70,000 associates located in every province in
Canada, Hbc provides Canadians with stylish, quality merchandise at great
value, through retail banners focused on exceptional customer service. Hbc is
a Canadian retail leader in corporate social responsibility, and the fifth
annual Hbc CSR report can be found at

For further information:

For further information: Katherine Raso, Hbc Public Relations, (416)

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