Pickering Town Centre

Pickering Town Centre

July 13, 2011 09:55 ET

Media Advisory: Pickering Town Centre Celebrates Christmas in July With a Donation Drive to Benefit the Children's Wish Foundation

Special Guest Appearance by Santa Claus

PICKERING, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 13, 2011) -

Editors Note: There is a photo associated with this Press Release.

WHAT: Durham Region's holiday shopping destination, Pickering Town Centre, welcomes Santa Claus from July 14 through July 17, 2011. Donations to the Children's Wish Foundation Wishing Well Campaign will be accepted for the duration of the event.
Activities include:
Complimentary photos with Santa Claus at Centre Court from 1 pm to 5 pm
Holiday Gift Card contest
Pickering Town Centre and the Children's Wish Foundation are getting in the Christmas spirit with a holiday gift card contest for kids (16 yrs. and under). The winning designer will be awarded a $250 Pickering Town Centre Gift Card and the design will be featured on the centre's 2011 Holiday Gift Card. Contest details available at http://www.pickeringtowncentre.com/ or Guest Services. Contest closes July 17, 2011 at 6 p.m.
Summer Sidewalk Sale, hot discounts cooled down with a complimentary Baskin Robbins ice cream cone with each $50 purchase
WHERE: Pickering Town Centre 1355 Kingston Road, Pickering, ON
WHO: Interviews /photo opportunities are available with Lorna Murphy, Marketing Director, Pickering Town Centre and Santa Claus

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Pickering Town Centre is a one million square foot shopping centre located at Kingston and Liverpool Roads in Pickering, Ontario and is owned and operated by the Ontario Pension Board and managed by 20 VIC Management Inc. The shopping centre currently offers over 200 stores and services under one roof including the Bay, Sears, Famous Players, Zellers. Pickering Town Centre's website can be found at www.pickeringtowncentre.com.

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