Cigar/BBQ Party 2014!!
Hal Spradling has done it again! Another amazing event hosted by All Canadian Self-Storage, our Annual Cigar/BBQ Party had our cigar lovers lining out the door! This year for the second time ACSS created an unforgettable summer night.
On September 18th Martins Churrasqueira lent out their patio for our event, it was a perfect night to end off those summer patio nights. Martins Churrasqueira provided beautiful smooth wine and an incredible Portuguese BBQ, cigars were handed out from the Smokin’ Cigar and beautiful live music tied the night perfectly. All Canadian Self-Storage employees, family and friends got together to enjoy what is left of summer while raising money for a great cause.
All Canadian Self-Storage has the power to bring people together to help support those in need; this cigar party was perfect for that. The night went very smoothly with the help of the Martins staff and all the volunteers; we couldn’t have done it without you!
Like last year, this Cigar/BBQ party was to raise funds for Frontlines Community Center; a local non-profit organization who help youth with before and after school activities such as breakfast in the morning and an afterschool activities program in the evening. They have given the children in the Weston community hope in creating a better/educated life for them and All Canadian Self-Storage believes that everyone deserves an educated path and will do whatever we can to help everyone in need.
We had a great turn out, Snap Newspaper came by to “snap” a couple photos and even the politicians made an appearance. Frances Nunziata, John Nunziata and Doug Ford stopped by to thank everyone who has supported Frontlines and the Weston community. All eyes were on them when they came up on stage to promote not only themselves, but All Canadian Self-Storage, Frontlines Community Centre, and Martins Churrasqueira.
Thank you to everyone who made this event successful, we raised over $4000.00 for Frontlines and this couldn’t have happened without the love and generosity of the Weston community. This event will be hard to beat next year but I am sure that it will be bigger and better than ever!