Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 19, 2008
Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko, president of DPA, has decided this year to produce a gifting lounge during the Toronto Film Festival. This event is located in the Presidential suites at Intercontinental Toronto centre Hotel in Toronto, Canada, from September 4th to September 12th.
Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko, CEO and president of DPA, said, "We were approached this year by the Intercontinental Toronto Centre hotel, which was willing to create a nice event to attract the celebrities during the film festival. We already worked in the past with the Intercontinental group (we are producing every year a gifting suite during the Paris based Awards the Cesar at Paris Intercontinental Grand hotel, as also a huge gifting lounge at the Intercontinental Carlton hotel during Cannes Film Festival). So, we were very honored once more to partner with this hotel group to create a gifting suite, and for 2008 not to have our yearly event at the Venice film festival in Italy. It looks like this year the festival selection in Toronto is amazing, and we expect the biggest stars to attend our sophisticated event."
The DPA Penthouse suites will be host to a bar area, a new fashion trends space, a Welcome to Canada area, and a beauty center. The 2008 Gifting Suite during the Toronto film festival will showcase exclusive high end and newly launched products from companies around the globe offering such as couture gowns, handbags, sunglasses, African safari vacations, jewelry and spa experiences. This aesthetically pleasing gift suite was created specifically for the comfort and relaxation of the celebrities and their entourages.
A complete list of services and products will be published on August 29th, 2008.
The DPA Toronto gifting lounge begins September 4th at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre Hotel, 225 Front Street West, and is an invitation only event for A-list celebrities and their entourages. The suite will be open from 10am to 6pm everyday, with appointments.
About DPA and Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko:
A veteran in the production of star-studded events, Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko, President and CEO of DPA, has proven herself to be exceptionally innovative and successful in the realm of celebrity gift suites. With six major suites in the past year alone, Nathalie Dubois and DPA have become an intricate part of almost every major award show or film festival worldwide. Originally from France, Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko attributes her success in part to her world travels and the exotic cultural influences of the products she picks for her unique gift suites. Nathalie Dubois-Sissoko just also created NDS Films, her new venture, specialized in film production.
About the Intercontinental Toronto Centre:
The InterContinental Toronto centre is a masterpiece of modernism, designed to fulfil every need of the global traveler. Following a spectacular, $30 million renovation, the 586-room hotel brings together ideal location, plush accommodations, state-of-the-art technology and meeting facilities, and personalized customer service. The hotel features the exceptional Azure restaurant and The Spa, a serene oasis offering a wide selection of spa treatments. Club InterContinental, an exclusive "hotel within the hotel" is designed with business travelers in mind. The three floors provide 90 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, dedicated concierge services, a private lounge, library and boardroom. The InterContinental Toronto Centre, which overlooks scenic Lake Ontario, is set in the heart of Toronto's financial, theatre and restaurant districts. The hotel is managed and operated under license by InterContinental Hotel Group, Inc.
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