Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition asks Montreal descendents to share their stories

    Exhibition reaching out to local residents with connections to Titanic's
    passengers and crew

    MONTREAL, Feb. 23 /CNW Telbec/ - TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition would
like to hear stories of local citizens with connections to passengers or crew
members who sailed aboard the Titanic 97 years ago.
    Presented at the Centre d'exposition de Montréal located in the heart of
downtown Montreal, on the 5th floor of the Eaton Centre, TITANIC: The Artifact
Exhibition wants to collect local links to the historic liner.
    "Of course, the sinking of the Titanic was an international event, but we
feel it's important to recognize the people in this province whose lives have
been affected by the sinking of the historic vessel" says Serge Grimaux and
Paul Matte. "We would like them to come forward so they can share with us the
story of what has surely been a life changing event for their loved ones."
    Local citizens with Titanic connections are asked to submit their stories
to info@brunettaetc.com or leave a message at (450) 628-1278.

    TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition takes you on a journey back in time to
experience the legend of Titanic like never before. The galleries in this
fascinating exhibition feature over 288 real artifacts recovered from the
ocean floor along with room re-creations and personal stories: each
highlighting a different chapter in the compelling story of Titanic's maiden

For further information:

For further information: Sylvie Brunetta, Brunetta Etc! Communications,
(450) 628-4014, sbrunetta@brunettaetc.com

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