TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2012 /CNW/ - When children eat breakfast, it helps them reach their full potential everyday. Nutella has partnered with Olympian Joannie Rochette to inspire kids across Canada to ensure that they are eating breakfast every morning.
Joannie Rochette will help unveil research results from Canada's Breakfast Report, a new survey conducted by IPSOS on Canadian parents and teachers' attitudes about the importance of breakfast.
|| Thursday, September 20, 2012
|| Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
106 Trinity St.
Toronto, ON (King St. E and Parliament)
|| Joannie Rochette, Olympian
Dr. Volk, Child Psychologist
Mark Wakefield, VP Marketing at Nutella
|WHAT:||Learn results from Canada's Breakfast Report with compelling statistics from parents and teachers.|
|Children participating in a variety of fun activities with inspiration from Olympian Joannie Rochette.|
|Be the first to hear what Nutella is doing to continue championing breakfast and how they plan on encouraging more Canadians to incorporate this important meal into their day|
For further information:
For more information, and to confirm attendance please contact:
Kelly Lynn Armstrong
416-960-5100 ext. 241