Torontonians are invited to experience "Random Smile Acts" with free
subway tokens, chair massages, mini golf and the chance to win free trips
TORONTO, Nov. 4 /CNW/ - Torontonians tired of Canada's cold, grey fall days can enjoy a much needed burst of sunshine today, November 4, 2009, as The Orlando / Orange County Convention & Visitor's Bureau (Orlando CVB) takes over Union Station and Dundas Square, bringing a bundle of free smiles to the city. The special event is the culmination of a year-long Canadian campaign supporting Orlando's new brand positioning, "Orlando Makes Me Smile."
The Orlando CVB is inviting Torontonians to enjoy "Random Smile Acts", with free subway tokens, chair massages, miniature golf and more, all courtesy of sunny Orlando, Florida. Torontonians who stop by Dundas Square and Union Station during the event will also receive the chance to win one of eight free trips for four to the popular destination this winter.
Canada is poised to become the top international market for Orlando, and in celebration, the destination recently launched a series of "Made for Canadians" offers, available at www.VisitOrlando.com/Canada. This exceptional collection of more than 70 great deals allows Canadians the freedom to create a fun-filled winter vacation that won't break the bank.
Throughout the month of November, "Orlando Makes Me Smile" artwork will brighten up the interior of Union Station, bringing additional cheer to the busy public transport artery.
What: Orlando brings smiles to Union Station and Dundas Square in the
form of free subway tokens, chair massages and more. Torontonians
who visit Dundas Square and Union Station have the chance to win
one of eight trips for four to Orlando, Florida.
When: Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Where: Dundas Square - corner of Yonge and Dundas Streets.
Photo / Broadcast / Interview opportunities are available, including:
- Chair massages, miniature golf, and palm tree ice sculpture carving
- Denise Spiegel of the Orlando / Orange County Convention & Visitors
Bureau is available to discuss "Made for Canadian" winter deals in
Orlando, as well as the newest things to see and do in Orlando,
SOURCE ORLANDO/ORANGE COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
For further information: For further information: or to coordinate an interview with a representative from the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau, please contact: Julie Lepsetz, Communications MECA, (514) 779-0210, firstname.lastname@example.org