Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 21, 2014
BBB accredited special events company, The Mighty Cob, will be making appearances at two major Toronto events this summer alongside the launch of their new line of freshly squeezed lemonade.
Already established corporate caterers and roasted corn specialists, the company has finally released their freshly squeezed lemonade to go alongside their corn on the cob. “We received many so requests for a great drink to go with our Gourmet Sweet Corn, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade just made sense,” says Alaeddine Jabri, owner at The Mighty Cob.
Happily, the release of their lemonade is just in time for Toronto’s World Pride 2014 on June 27 - 29, where they will showcasing their skills as roasted corn specialists by providing fresh corn on the cob and lemonade as refreshments for event goers.
They will also be participating in Honda Indy 2014’s Taste Fest from July 18 - 20, where they will be joining other food vendors and gourmet specialists to provide free samples of their sweet corn and fresh lemonade. “The city transforms every Honda Indy Weekend. We’re just grateful to have the opportunity to participate in the 2014 Taste Fest for Honda Indy Toronto,” says Jabri.
The Mighty Cob’s decision to participate in both events comes not just from a business standpoint, but because of their dedication to being involved in the community and the company’s fun and innovative attitude towards large event catering.
About The Mighty Cob
The Mighty Cob is a Toronto based community event catering company and corn distribution specialists that “believes in providing an innovative, healthy, and tasty alternative to the norm”. They are BBB accredited and active members in the Canadian Food & Restaurant Association. Since 2012, they have been providing cost effective, environmentally friendly, and delicious gourmet roasted corn for corporate catering, festivals, mobile food vendors, special events and even your Aunt Susie’s backyard BBQ.
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By Jessie Beck