Although Torontonians love to hate on the TTC there is no way many of us would make it across the city without it. Sometimes nothing compares to plopping into the red-lined seat of a subway car after a long day of work.
Well, now it looks like the TTC is taking to the streets of Toronto in a mobile pop-up shop. The vehicle of choice? A 1967 vintage TTC bus.
#TTC Pop up Shop is rolling through Toronto in a 1967 vintage bus! Find us at the following spots:
Friday June 29th, Nathan Philips Square 12-6:00PM (West Side of the Square, North of Queen Street)
Sunday July 1st, Mel Lastman Square, 4:00 -10:30 (Yonge Street at Hillcrest) pic.twitter.com/Lhj9y9vwPD
The bus will be touring Toronto to sell TTC products which are actually very useful in everyday life. From water bottles to pet collars, to home and office decor it looks like the TTC can hook you up.
It's actually wild how cute these items are if you're looking for that local Torontonian touch.
Tomorrow, Friday, June 29, the bus will be located at Nathan Phillips Square, right in front of City Hall in the heart of Toronto. If you can't make it, do not worry because you can always catch it again on Canada Day at Mel Lastman Square.
The pop-up shop in a vintage bus gives you an amazing opportunity for an Instagram photo op, as well as a chance to grab unique stuff only a Torontonian would love.
If you can't make it, you can always shop online but as always shipping applies!