Posts tagged Montreal

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Avez-vous une #portedesortie pour un retour sécuritaire à la maison?

Dans le cadre de sa politique de consommation responsable, Molson Coors, en collaboration avec Hailo Montréal, ont lancé une campagne de sensibilisation unique où une valeur de 1 million de dollars sera distribuée en coupons-rabais de taxi.

Molson Coors Hailo Montreal

Pendant le mois de décembre, vous pouvez obtenir un coupon-rabais de 10 $ à l’un des bars et restaurants participants de la région de Montréal :

2 CAGE AUX SPORTS RENE LEVESQUE
1437 BL RENE LEVESQUE OUEST3

AMIGOS RESTO BAR
1657 ST CATHERINE W

71 -  CAGE AUX SPORTS
114 ST-PAUL EST

9 – CAGE AUX SPORTS Centre Bell
1212 LA GAUCHETIERE

A GOGO LOUNGE INC.
3682 ST-LAURENT

ASSOCI ETUDIANTS POLYTEC
2550 CHEMIN DE LA POLYTEC

BAR BILY KUN INC.
354 MONT ROYAL EST

BAR CHEZ SERGE
5301 ST LAURENT

BAR DOWNTOWN
1196 STE-CATHERINE OUEST

BAR HOLDER
407 MCGILL(SERVI PAR ST-PAUL)

BAR LA MAISONNEE
5385 GATINEAU

BAR L’ABREUVOIR
403 ONTARIO EST

BAR L’AIGLE NOIR
1315 RUE STE CATHERINE EST

BAR LE C. SIDE
3614 ST-LAURENT

BAR RADIO LOUNGE
3553 ST-LAURENT

BAR TOKYO
3709 ST-LAURENT

BAR YE OLDE ORCHARD
20 PRINCE-ARTHUR OUEST

BAR-SERIE CAPRI
2172 ST PATRICK

BOCCACINOS RESTAURANT
1251 MCGILL COLLEGE

BRASSERIE CHERRIER
3638 ST DENIS

CAFE CAMPUS PETIT CAMPUS
57 PRINCE-ARTHUR EST

CAFE MADHATTER
1208 CRESCENT

CAFE REPUBLIQUE
93 STE CATHERINE OUEST
1200 PEEL

CHEZ PAREE
1258 STANLEY

CLEBARD
4557 SAINT-DENIS

 

CLUB EXTREME
2020 CRESCENT (2E ETAGE)CLUB

SEXE  SUPREME
696 STE CATHERINE OUEST

COPACABANA CLUB DANSE
1106 DE MAISONNEUVE OUEST

ENTREPRISE MAGNAN INC.
1380 CHARLEVOIX

FATS BAR SPORTIF INC
1635 STE-CATHERINE OUEST

FONZO
1245 DRUMMOND

HIELO RESTO BAR
3575 AVE DU PARC, LOCAL 4110

HURLEY’S BISTRO IRLANDAIS
1225 CRESCENT

INSPECTEUR EPINGLE
4051 ST HUBERT

JAZZ EN HAUT
1254 MACKAY(SOUS-SOL)

KAMASUTRA II
3580 ST-DOMINIQUE

LA BRASSERIE LAURIER
250 266 LAURIER EST

LA CHAMPAGNERIE
343 ST PAUL  EST

LA MAISON DU JAZZ
2060 AYLMER ST

L’BAROUF BAR
4171 ST DENIS

LE BAR NESTA
3519 ST-LAURENT

LE BAR STUD
1812 STE-CATHERINE E

LE BEAUJOLAIS-WANDA’S
1310 DE MAISONNEUVE OUEST

LE BELMONT SUR LE BOULEVARD
4483 ST-LAURENT

LE CANDI BAR
1148 RUE MONT ROYAL EST

LE KEG STEAKHOUSE & BAR
25 ST-PAUL EST
5 PL. VILLE-MARIE, LOCAL 12500

LE KOKINO – ORCHID
3556 ST-LAURENT, 2IEME ETAGE

LE RESTAURANT BUONANOTTE
3518 ST-LAURENT

LE VIEUX DUBLIN PUB
636 CATHCART

LES BOBARDS
4328 ST-LAURENT

LES FOUFOUNES ELECTRIQUES
85  STE-CATHERINE EST

MACARONI BAR
4448 ST-LAURENT

MADISONS (CENTRE-VILLE)
1250 RENE-LEVESQUE O. # 101

MC KIBBIN`S
1426 A BISHOP
3515 ST-LAURENT

METROPOLIS
59 STE-CATHERINE EST

NEWTOWN
1476 CRESCENT

O’BRIEN’S IRISH EMBASSY
1234 BISHOP

PUB BURGUNDY LION
2496 RUE NOTRE DAME OUEST

PUB ST-PAUL
124 ST-PAUL EST

RESTAURANT BATON ROUGE
180 STE-CATHERINE O, CP 452
1050 DE LA MONTAGNE

RESTAURANT CARLOS & PEPE
1420 – 1422 – PEEL

RESTAURANT JOE BEEF
2491 NOTRE DAME OUEST

RESTAURANT LE BOUCAN
1886 NOTRE DAME OUEST

RESTAURANT LE GLOBE
3455 ST-LAURENT

RESTO PUB 100 GENIES
530 RUE PEEL

SALLE DE SPECTACLES NEW CITY GAS
172 176 , RUE DALHOUSIE

SANTOS
191 ST-PAUL OUEST

SHENANIGANS
6574 MONK

SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL PUB
1455 CRESCENT ST

TABOSCOBAR & CIE
5412 -5414 , GATINEAU

TAVERNE BOUDRIAS
800 RUE RACHEL EST

TAVERNE REGAL INC
2567 CENTRE

WEINSTIEN ET GAVINOS BAR F.T CI
1434 CRESCENT

WINDSOR
3565 St Laurent

YE OLDE ORCHARD
1189 DE LA MONTAGNE
5563 MONKLAND

 

Pour obtenir le crédit, il faut télécharger l’application gratuite d’Hailo sur votre iPhone ou votre Android et inscrire le code promotionnel.

Par ce geste, Molson Coors désire offrir à ses clients et partenaires une saison des Fêtes la plus sécuritaire possible et la meilleure #portedesortie

Friday, March 14th, 2008

Molson Staff on Top of Kilimanjaro

Molson Staff on Top of Kilimanjaro_Jan 08, originally uploaded by Molson Blog.

If there’s one particular aspect of my work here at Molson that I particularly enjoy – it’s meeting employees across the company. Why? Because in every office or brewery where I go and have the the chance to mix and mingle with colleagues, I always meet someone, somewhere, who is doing something special outside of their day-to-day work at Molson. Whether it is because of their community involvement, or their “hobby” careers there are lots of interesting tales out there.

As a communicator, or at times “in-house journalist”, I like meeting people who have a uniquely different story or passion in their personal life. I learn how some are involved in the community, on their own time outside of Molson. There are some truly amazing folks in every organization, and Molson is no different! The people at Molson come from all walks of life, each with their own unique stories, and I intend to write about some of those amazing people right here on this page.

This forum’s topic is about Molson in the community, I’ll put another twist to it, and write about the people of Molson in the community.

So here goes the first one:

Two Molson employees; Pierre Francoeur and Maurice Robert, both working at the distribution center in Montreal, recently organized and joined a group of twenty-five intrepid adventurers who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa’s highest point at 5 895 meters. (19,341 ft.) That, in itself, is an accomplishment, but what makes it extraordinaire is that by doing so, they raised not only their heart beat but $65 713 for Quebec Society for Disabled Children. The money will help children with disabilities and their family climb their own everyday Kilimanjaro. Now, that makes these two guys climbing expedition real cool!

The journey up the Kilimanjaro began on January 1st 2008, and culminated with the reach of the “rooftop of Africa” six days later at dawn. Molson and its employees contributed with a combined donation of $6,000 to the Society.

Congratulation Pierre and Maurice, Molson and its employees, are, once again on top of things!

Visit http://www.kili2007.com/for more information or to learn about the next Kilimanjaro expedition.

Kwaheri!

Thursday, March 13th, 2008

Everything’s coming together….

After a great Earth Hour planning meeting this morning, I was itching to get back to my computer to shareMolson’s updated plans.

I’m happy to report that all of Molson’s breweries (Toronto, Montreal, St. John’s, Vancouver and Moncton) will be participating in Earth Hour — one way or another.  From internal and external building lights, to parking lot lights, and to the Molson signs — each brewery will be participating wherever it is safe to do so.  In addition, the breweries and majority of the offices across Canada will shut off lights, computers, fax machines, photocopiers, etc.

In Toronto, the brewery and offices will be putting together an Earth Hour ‘task force’ –  a group of volunteers (Molson employees) who will go around on Friday afternoon (March 28) with a checklist, making sure every desk, work station, office and meeting room is Earth Hour Certified!

More details to come…..two weeks to go! 

Molson Montreal 

Montreal Brewery

Molson Vancouver 

Vancouver Brewery

Molson Toronto 

Toronto Brewery

Molson Moncton 

Moncton Brewery

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St. John’s Brewery

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

Molson To Participate in EARTH HOUR March 29, 8-9pm

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When something as obviously great and inspiring as EARTH HOUR comes along,you just don’t need to think about it too long, or have a series of meetings and discussions about it. Earth Hour is a wonderful effort that started in Sydney Australia last year and is gaining momentum around the globe. Molson is Proud to Play our Part by taking a look across our brewery network in Canada in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Moncton and St. John’s. Our brewery managers are assessing what actions we can take on March 29th to raise awareness and make a difference in reducing energy use. Molson will also be encouraging our employees from coast to coast to consider what they can do personally on the evening of March 29th to raise awarnress in their communities and make a difference in having an effect on climate change. Jump on board !