You Can Party With Absolut Vodka At These Halloween Events In Toronto
Someway, somehow, we've already landed in October. Scarier still? October's almost over... which means winter's almost here. Terrifying, sure, but it's not all bad: October coming to a close means the start of one of the world's best holidays. AKA Halloween!
If you're looking for something super fun to do in the city this Halloween, why not party with one of the most recognizable andin the world? Better yet, why not party with one of the most recognizable and delicious vodka brands in the world for a good cause?
is pairing up with Canadian bars for a charitable cause this Halloween, and you're not going to want to miss out on the party. Three Toronto bars will be taking part this year, and for every Absolut cocktail purchased, Absolut will donate $1.00 to the David Suzuki Foundation, a science-based environmental organization dedicated to protecting the natural environment and creating a sustainable Canada.
Interested? Of course you are. Who doesn't want to party for a good cause? Toronto bars Belfast Love, Citizen and District will all be hosting Halloween parties with plenty of music and delicious an incredible atmosphere to encourage you to have fun while doing some good for the environment.... Plus
Citizen Toronto's party will be going down on Saturday, October 27, with a "Death And Disco" theme - which, let's be honest, sounds appropriately. Both Belfast Love's and District's parties are happening on the 31st, with District's party featuring no cover and prizes for the best Halloween costume.
And, to make you feel even better about celebrating with Absolut, theis proud to have a carbon neutral distillation process. Not only are they in close collaboration with local farmers and glass manufacturers to reduce environmental impact, and not only do they use non-GMO grain, but they're also one of the most energy efficient distilleries in the world! They boast climate neutral production at their facilities and apply eco-design principles to their product lifecycle - so they're definitely walking the talk!