Tim Hortons Goes National with 2016 #Warmwishes Campaign


OAKVILLE — Tim Hortons has brought back its annual #WarmWishes campaign today, which encourages Canadians to drop a wish for a deserving member of their community in the Cup of Good Deeds at one of six select Coffee Trucks across the country.

All six Tim Hortons Coffee Trucks will be offering free cups coffee — in new holiday-themed cups — while Tim Hortons staff from Vancouver to Moncton will execute as many of the good deeds as possible.

“We’re fortunate to have incredible guests who inspire us every day with their generosity from small acts of kindness such as opening a door for someone in need, or starting a pay-it-forward chain in our restaurants or drive-thrus,” says Sami Siddiqui, president, Tim Hortons Canada. “Seeing communities share good deeds with their friends and neighbours is what this season is all about. The return of our Warm Wishes campaign this year is just a small token of our appreciation for our guests’ ongoing efforts to spread warmth and goodwill this holiday season and throughout the year.”

This morning from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., local time, Tim Hortons’ fleet of coffee trucks will be stationed in the following cities with staff standing by to complete as many good deeds as possible in one day:

Calgary — Stephen Ave. Walk at 2 St. S.W.
Hamilton — Parking lot at Barton St. E. and Victoria Ave. N.
Moncton — Sobeys parking lot at Vaughan Harvey Blvd. and Main St.
Montreal — Olympic Park Stadium (near the biodome on Pierre de Coubertin)
Toronto — Ryerson University (on Gould St. near Yonge St.)
Vancouver — North corner of Burrard St. and West Georgia St.

Guests outside of these communities can still participate in the Cup of Good Deeds through Instagram or Twitter. Simply tag @TimHortons and #WarmWishes to submit a good deed you’d like completed for a friend and explain why to win a chance to have it fulfilled in time for the holidays.

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