Friday, October 20th, 2017 (Baysville, ON): We’re happy to report that our Pumpkin Party in late September has already raised $2000 for the Gord Downie Brain Cancer Research Fund. Let’s keep the momentum going in honour of Gord and our brewer, Mark, who is recovering from brain cancer thanks to the great team at the Sunnybrook Hospital, supported by Gord’s fund and the Sunnybrook Foundation. The advent of the internet has greatly influenced the way we live. Due to the nature of the Internet, companies can now interact not only among themselves, but also with customers. Such communication can be continuous and in real time. The use of online services for the purchase of medicines – the so-called Canadian pharmacy, is widespread in many countries. The main arguments used by supporters of this type of service are the opportunity to save time and money. However, despite all the benefits that Canadian pharmacy offers its customers, there are certain risks. The positions of the governments of different countries on this issue differ significantly, as does their argumentation.
We will be auctioning off official and authorized prints from David Bastedo, who captured live photography at the Man Machine Poem Tour. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Gord Downie Brain Cancer Research Foundation.
Bastedo captured the “JAWS” photo on August 1st, 2016 at Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome. This photo was featured in Maclean’s Magazine’s “A Year in Pictures 2016”. “Kingston Goodnight!” was captured after the final show of the Man Machine Poem Tour on August 20th, 2016 at Kingston’s K-ROCK Centre.
Bid on Ebay: Jaws
Bid On Ebay: Kingston Goodnight!
These prints come with a letter of authenticity, a “JAWS” pin, and a “Kingston Goodnight!” fridge magnet. Bidding ends Monday, October 30th 9:00 AM (EST). The winning bidder can arrange shipment with the brewery or pickup in Baysville, ON.