A panoramic view

In July, the Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival launched with an invitation to partners and stakeholders to attend a special VIP screening at Ontario Place on Toronto’s waterfront. Over the course of the Festival the latest international films representing countries hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic will be featured.  

 “Lavazza was honored to have the opportunity to sponsor the Lavazza Drive In as we wanted to deliver a positive message to the community during these difficult times”, Andrea Chiaramello, vice president of Canadian sales. 

 “The Lavazza Drive In is also an opportunity for us to show our gratitude to our customers in Toronto for their continued support by providing the city with a movie infrastructure which will remain installed for several months and which will be used for other initiatives, including The Toronto International Film Festival.   The Lavazza Drive-In Festival has created an opportunity for people to safely socialize in an environment meant to bring the city of Toronto together after the forced social separation imposed by Covid19.”

Lavazza Drive

Anna and Vince Romano, Sofina FoodsAnna and Vince Romano, Sofina Foods

Karen James and Dan Bordun, Grocery BusinessKaren James and Dan Bordun, Grocery Business

Mary and Pat DalimonteMary and Pat Dalimonte

Catherine Barbero and Tony Grossi, Wittington PropertiesCatherine Barbero and Tony Grossi, Wittington Properties

Natasha Oberoi, Sofina Foods and Sachin AuroraNatasha Oberoi, Sofina Foods and Sachin Aurora

Cristina Nostro and Andrea Chiaramello, LavazzaCristina Nostro and Andrea Chiaramello, Lavazza

Gabriella Muoio, Loblaws and Domenic MuoioGabriella Muoio, Loblaws and Domenic Muoio

Tony and Jody Ruggiero, Sofina FoodsTony and Jody Ruggiero, Sofina Foods



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