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GET YOUR TASTE BUDS READY! THE TAKEOUT TASTE OF BRAMPTON IS HERE!
For Immediate Release
The Takeout Taste of Brampton is in town from March 4th to March 18th 2021.
The Downtown Brampton BIA is excited to announce that the Takeout Taste of Brampton is in town from March 4thth to 18th 2021!
The Taste of Brampton is an annual culinary experience hosted by the Downtown Brampton BIA and local businesses. The Takeout Taste of Brampton will showcase the unique and delicious eats in Brampton through exclusive takeout specials.
If you’re tired of home cooked meals the Takeout Taste of Brampton is the perfect opportunity to try something new with discounted priced offerings. Bring your friends and families to experience what Brampton has to offer. Participating restaurants will be offering takeout, curbside pick up and delivery!
The businesses of Downtown Brampton welcome you to try their latest and greatest takeout dishes during the Takeout Taste, exclusively from March 4thth to 18th, 2021. To participate just simply tell the participating restaurant you’d like their Takeout Taste of Brampton menu special!
The Downtown Brampton BIA has also partnered with the City of Brampton to create the Takeout Taste of Brampton Pass. The Takeout Taste of Brampton Pass is a great way for Brampton residents and visitors to discover all culinary wonders Brampton has to offer. The Takeout Taste of Brampton Pass is easy and free to use. Call or visit one of the participating restaurants to enjoy their special offer and they will provide a 4-digit PIN for you to check-in on the pass to be entered to win a prize. By supporting participating restaurants and checking in, you will be entered to win the grand prize of a $200 gift certificate to your favourite Downtown Brampton Restaurant! No download is required. Simply visit www.TasteOfBrampton.ca and sign up to receive restaurant listings via text message. Don’t wait a second longer – the Takeout Taste of Brampton Pass is only available until March 18, 2021.
For more information and menus, visit: www.TasteOfBrampton.ca and check out @tasteofbrampton on Instagram for contests and giveaways!
Alexander Philip | Marketing & Communications Specialist (437)-994-5163| firstname.lastname@example.org
On November 20, 2019 Brampton City Council voted unanimously in favour of declaring the month of December, each year, to be “Christian Heritage Month”: “Whereas Christian faith groups in Brampton embody the beautiful and diverse threads that mirror the Canadian social fabric, and therefore be it resolved in recognition of the valuable contribution of Christians to the spiritual, philanthropic, cultural and economic well-being the City of Brampton, that the Mayor and Brampton City Council endorse the proclamation of December in 2019 and beyond as Christian Heritage Month.” The Brampton Ministerial of Christian pastors and leaders is thankful to our city leaders for this declaration and are grateful for the opportunity to celebrate God’s gift of his divine Son, Jesus Christ, to come to earth as a human to reconcile this broken world and its people to himself as the Creator of the human race. Christians believe that our world’s problems are mainly caused by our human failure to fully love one another. But according to the Bible, in John 3:16, God loved the world so much that he sent is Son, at Christmas, to pay for our human sin and brokenness, to reconcile human beings to God, and to lead us to serve God and others by encouraging faith in Christ and by loving people in helpful and practical ways. While Christians have not done this perfectly, and have sometimes made mistakes along the way, by God’s forgiving grace, Christians in Canada have done many things to encourage the well-being of all Canadians – from initiating both our Public and Catholic educations systems, to initiating many of our health care systems, to leading and joining others to insist on the end of Black slavery, to leading the fight for women’s suffrage, to challenging injustice for Canada’s indigenous people including our own historical injustice as Christians.
As individual citizens and churches, we celebrate what God has done and is doing through Christians and all people to contribute to the health and well-being of Canada overall, and of Brampton in particular.
To celebrate Christian Heritage Month, the following initiatives have been planned: 1) On December 1, Mayor Patrick Brown will open Christian Heritage Month with a declaration and by raising the Christian flag for the month of December. 2) Through the Brampton Christian Ministerial, Christmas lawn signs are being distributed to members of Brampton churches which say “Christmas is about Christ”, along with larger signs on the properties of some of our historic downtown churches that say “Celebrating Christian Heritage Month”. 3) The Peel District Public School Board will distribute curriculum to each school to inform our students about the Christian faith. 4) The Brampton Ministerial is encouraging individual churches to lead socially distanced “Drive-by Carol singing in their neighbourhoods. 5) Hundreds of churches in Brampton will be offering various, mostly on-line and socially distanced, celebrations of the gift of Christ at Christmas.