DRIVE FOR TOYS BY DECARIE MOTORS

DRIVE FOR TOYS BY DECARIE MOTORS

DECARIE MOTORS INTRODUCES ALL-ELECTRIC JAGUAR I-PACE WITH HOLIDAY CHEER
AND PRESENTS A NEW EDITION OF DRIVE FOR TOYS FOR THE CHU SAINTE-
JUSTINE   

The Jaguar I-PACE, the first all-electric SUV produced by the revered British automaker, has arrived in Montreal just in time for the holidays. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Decarie Motors, Eastern Canada’s most prestigious Jaguar Land Rover dealership, is partnering with the Ritz-Carlton Montreal, Montblanc, Restaurant L’Orignal and Pâtisserie Petit Lapin in a series of events to benefit remarkable philanthropic causes.


Starting December 3, Decarie Motors and its partners will launch the Jaguar I-PACE “Electric Holidays” event series, beginning with the “Drive for Toys by Decarie Motors, an invitation to donate new toys at their business locations. On December 17, the generous gifts from the public, employees and clients of the brands will be collected by Decarie Motors who will handle the gift-wrapping and personally deliver the generous donations to CHU Sainte-Justine and the sick children in its care. “I can’t think of a most electrifying use for a cutting-edge electric SUV than delivering gifts to children,” stated Cheryl Blas, Decarie Motors’ General Manager. “We encourage the general public to join us in playing Santa and to stop by Decarie Motors, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal, Restaurant L’Orignal, Pâtisserie Petit Lapin, and the Carrefour Laval & downtown Montblanc flagship stores to donate toys. It is truly one of the greatest pleasures of the season.”


To donate new toys during the “Drive for Toys by Decarie Motors” campaign for the CHU Sainte-Justine Hospital, visit one of the six drop-off locations listed below:


Decarie Motors: 8255 Bougainville Street, Montreal

Ritz-Carlton Montreal: 1228 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal

Montblanc: 1289 De Maisonneuve West Blvd, Montreal & Carrefour Laval

Pâtisserie Petit Lapin: 1051 Bernard Avenue, Outremont

Restaurant L’Orignal: 479 Saint-Alexis Street, Old-Montreal