As we all know, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games are set to being this week. After a year of postponements and hardships, Team Canada needs our support more than ever. Canadian Tire is unveiling a celebration wall to honour two Canadian athletes as they move on to participate in this years Olympic games.
Celebration Wall For Toronto Olympic Athlete Aaron Brown
Toronto’s Aaron Brown is competing in Athletics. His impressive resume includes: Olympic Bronze Medalist (Rio 2016), two-time World Bronze Medalist (2013 and 2015), and was a World Championship Finalist in 2019 (100m and 200m).
Aaron’s custom-made, bespoke Celebration Wall, commissioned by Canadian Tire, a Premier National Partner of the Canadian Olympic Team, will be set up in Toronto’s Distillery District. Come out and support Aaron by snapping a photo or selfie at the Celebration Wall. Don’t forget to share on social media with messages of support, using the hashtag #WeAllPlayForCanada and tagging @canadiantire and Aaron on Instagram.
Where: The Distillery Historic District, Gristmill Lane (against the Fermenting Cellar wall) Toronto, ON
When: Tuesday, July 20 at 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM: Photo opportunity and family interviews.
Wednesday, July 21 – Sunday, August 8: Celebration Wall live at The Distillery District for the community to experience
Celebration Wall For King City Olympic Trampolinist Rosie MacLennan
King City’s Rosie MacLennan, who is competing in Trampoline, is a two-time Canadian Olympic Champion (London 2012 and Rio 2016). She is the first Canadian to successfully defend an Olympic title at the Summer Games, and is a 2013 and 2018 World Champion.
Rosie’s custom-made, bespoke Celebration Wall will be set up in downtown King City at the corner of King Rd. and Keele St. If you are in the area, go out and show some support to our Canadian athletes.
Where: Corner of King Rd. and Keele St. (under King City awning), King City, ON
When: Wednesday, July 21 at 10 AM – 11 AM: Photo opportunity and family interviews. Thursday, July 22 – Sunday, August 8: Celebration Wall live at King Rd. and Keel St. for the community to experience.
Feature Image: @teamcanada