Calgary, AB,
05
December
2017
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18:54
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2017 CopShop honours deserving youth

Sent on behalf of Marlborough Mall in partnership with the Calgary Police Service

Marlborough Mall and the Calgary Police Service partner for 12th annual holiday event.

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017

WHAT:

Marlborough Mall and the Calgary Police Service (CPS) have teamed up once again for the annual CopShop event to make the holidays a bit brighter for deserving youth in the city. CPS officers will be paired with students for a day of bonding and holiday shopping. Each student will receive a $200 gift card to spend on gifts and a swag bag full of holiday treats, donated by Marlborough Mall. The CopShop program aims to foster positive relationships between the CPS and Calgary’s youth.

WHO:

The Calgary Police Service and 27 students are selected from local schools in the area. Participants are selected based on need, recognition of academic performance, sports achievement or volunteering efforts that are making a positive impact in the community.

WHEN:

Wednesday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The Calgary Police Service Superintendent Steve Barlow; Kim Wiltse, Marketing Director, Marlborough Mall; and select students will be available for interviews during the event. The schedule is as follows:

10 a.m. Welcome remarks by Superintendent Steve Barlow
10:15 a.m. Santa arrives and pairing of students with CPS officers
10:45 a.m. Shopping followed by lunch

WHERE:

Marlborough Mall
Food court at Entrance #2 
388 Memorial Drive NE
Calgary, AB

-30-

Stay connected:

Web: www.marlboroughmall.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarlboroughMall
Instagram & Twitter: @MarlboroughMall

For more information and interview inquiries, please contact:
Caitie Lawrence
Press + Post
P: 587-998-6879
E: lawrence@pressandpost.com

Calgary Police Service Media Line: 403-428-7979