Thursday, 22 October 2020 07:01

Broadview Danforth BIA launches Fall Thrill of the Chill!

On October 24th, the Broadview-Danforth BIA will be launching the “Fall Thrill of the Chill” initiative in an effort to support businesses in the area as temperatures dip.

Starting this Saturday, people can visit any of the BIA’s outdoor restaurant patios and receive a complimentary thermal blanket. Each blanket also comes with a $5 Broadview Danforth gift certificate that you can use at any of the BIA businesses, whether it be restaurants, retailers, salons, food services, etc.

"We are looking forward to welcoming guests to patios this weekend and supporting our local restaurants," said BIA Chair Albert Stortchak. "Not only do patrons get a thermal blanket to keep them toasty, but they also walk away with a $5 gift card to spend anywhere in the area. It's our hope that this will drive customers to our restaurants despite the chilly weather."

Councillor Paula Fletcher (Ward 14, Toronto Danforth) will be launching the program at 2:30PM at the Dora Keogh Pub at 141 Danforth Avenue. The Fall Thrill of the Chill will continue while supplies last.

Read more about it on BlogTO

The Sunflower Project

In celebration of BD Beats, BIA business member @cobsdanforth (156 Danforth Ave.) will be spearheading ‘The Sunflower Project’ , a fundraiser in support of a Ukrainian family’s recent resettlement in Toronto. Vibrant solar powered sunflowers (the official flower of Ukraine) will be available beginning at noon on June 4 with proceeds going directly to the family. A group of volunteer youth will be selling the sunflowers for a minimum donation of $20 each at the BIA CafeTO parkette located in the curb lane enclosure in front of COBS. The goal is to sell one hundred sunflowers by 3pm. For those unable to attend but wishing to make a donation, please click below


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