Thursday, April 1st, 2010
L-R: Mellisa Hollingsworth, Jean Labonte, Billy Bridges, Brent McMurty, Sami-Jo Small, Brittany Webster, Jeff Batchelor, Tessa Bonhomme, Jennifer Botterill and (centre) Justin from the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club.
I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since the end of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games…I’m still having a bit of #van2010 withdrawal! Luckily enough, to help us make it through the post-Olympic pains, 9 Canadian Olympic and Paralympic athletes visited the Molson Coors Toronto’s office on Tuesday afternoon to chat and have a beer with our employees.
@MolsonFerg chatting with the Olympians and Paralympians
Six of our Molson Canadian/Molson Export Fund a Champion athletes joined us along with 3 other Olympians to speak about their experiences at the Games and what’s in the future for them.
Later that evening, the athletes and some of the Molson Coors crew headed to the Leafs game. Thank you to all the athletes…a truly unforgettable night. And big thanks to the MLSE folks for the jerseys, photos and intros, and of course the visit from Carlton the bear!
Have a great long weekend everyone. Cheers, @MolsonTonia
Monday, January 11th, 2010
Photo L-R: Brett Solmes, 1 Carlingview Dr; Brittany Webster, Beata Tomczyk, 33 Carlingview Dr; Hari Shivo, 33 Carlingview Dr
Brett, Beata and Hari shared stories and video of their experiences of the day they ran with the 2010 Torch. All had one thing in common, they did not want it to end.
Photo L-R: Valerie Fraser, Brewery Tour Guide ‘extraordine’ ; Brittany Webster holding one of the torches from the run
Photo L-R: Ferg Devins, Chief Public Affairs, Brittany Webster, Dave Perkins, President and CEO Molson Coors Canada
I met Brittany Webster at 33 Carlingview Drive when she arrived here from her trip to Quebec. Brittany’s flight was late so we are running late right from the get go. Off we went over to Toronto Brewery to give Brittany a quick tour of T6. We stop and Brittany chatted with the employees and took pictures with them all. You cannot help but like Brittany, she is cheerful, eager to see everything and talk to everyone. After the tour we headed to the Toronto Brewery Pub and were greeted by employees from both 1 and 33 Carlingview Drive. Our torch runners were on hand to share their experencies and we got a close up of the torch itself. Brittany chatted with the employees and said a few words about how she ended up where she is today. See Brittany’s Blog at Brittany Webster. Brittany, we hope you will hear our cheers ringing out loud and clear – GO BRITTANY GO!!