TORONTO, Sept. 4, 2013 /CNW/ - On Monday, September 16th 2013, in honour of Mexican Independence Day, 10,000 Avocados from Mexico will be given away to commuters starting at 6:00am. The regular morning commute will be made livelier as a Mariachi band, Mexican dancers and sultry ambassador, Miss Ava Cado, transform the corner of Bay and Wellington streets into a colourful fiesta.
|MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY EVENT|
|What:||Mexican Independence Day Celebration|
|When:||Monday, September 16th starting at 6:00 am|
|Where:||The corner of Bay and Wellington streets|
|Why:||To celebrate Mexican Independence Day and the goodness of avocados|
In honour of this significant Mexican holiday, Avocados from Mexico is running a month long contest on www.missavacado.ca giving avocado lovers in Ontario and Atlantic Canada another reason to celebrate. Sharing why they love avocados from Mexico could win one lucky entrant two travel vouchers with a total prize value of $2,000. What's not to love?
About Avocados from Mexico and APEAM
APEAM, (Avocado Producers and Exporting Packers Association of Mexico) is a non-profit organization founded in 1997 to represent the Hass avocado industry from Mexico. APEAM, is dedicated to developing and implementing stringent quality measures to ensure the production of the finest avocados available anywhere, worldwide. APEAM currently represents more than 10,000 producers and 37 packers with more than 70,000 hectares under avocado cultivation in the state of Michoacán, the heart of Mexico's main avocado growing region.
SOURCE: AVOCADOS FROM MEXICO AND APEAM
For further information:
For more information on Avocados from Mexico, please visit www.missavacado.ca or contact:
Joanne D'Souza or Pereina Choudhury at Faye Clack Communications
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