News Release

OFFICIAL OPENING OF EQUATOR COFFEE ROASTERS AT THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE ON APRIL 12

April 9, 2018

Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity
 

April 9, 2018 – OTTAWA (Canada) – Equator Coffee Roasters, a local, family-owned coffee shop, will open its new location inside the atrium of the National Arts Centre on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 9 a.m. Equator at the NAC will be the ideal place to recharge and enjoy great coffee and company – on your way to work, as a meeting place, or before a show.

Founded by Craig and Amber Hall, Equator Coffee Roasters has been roasting, delivering and serving fresh, fair trade, organic coffee since 1998.  Their newest location in the NAC’s new atrium will offer exceptional coffee, delectable treats, and iconic views of Confederation Square.  

Media are invited to attend the Official Opening.

MEDIA DETAILS:

WHAT:             Official Opening of Equator Coffee Roasters at the NAC

WHEN:             Thursday, April 12, 2018, from 9 to 9:30 a.m.

WHO:               Ottawa City Councillor Catherine McKenney (Somerset Ward); Craig Hall, Co-Founder, Equator Coffee Roasters; NAC    President and CEO Peter Herrndorf; Carissa Klopoushak, Violin, NAC Orchestra

WHERE:          New location of Equator Coffee Roasters, NAC atrium (just inside the NAC’s Elgin Street entrance)

In honour of its official opening, Equator at the NAC will offer free drip-coffee all day on April 12. In addition, it will also host an evening event that will feature DJ Trevor Walker from 6 to 8 p.m.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Instagram: @equator.nac.cna

Facebook: @equatorcoffee.nac.cna

Hashtags: #EquatorNAC #EquatorCNA 

 

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Carl Martin
Director of Communications (Acting)
National Arts Centre
613 947-7000 x560
carl.martin@nac-cna.ca

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