Event venue now accepting clients as pandemic restrictions ease
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to release its grips on the world, Yonge-Dundas Square has announced it is making preparations to get back to a new normal. To kick off the celebration, on site activations will be able to utilize the five screens for free. This offer is available for the rest of the year as restrictions ease. Both new and past clients will be able to take advantage of the offer.
“We are ecstatic to be able to accept upcoming bookings and to offer the complimentary use of the screens for those events,” a Yonge-Dundas Square representative stated. “We are sure our clients will be thrilled as well.”
Known to be the busiest intersection in Canada, the Yonge and Dundas vicinity boasts digital advertorial screens and billboards that are owned by various organizations. The setting, similar to New York’s Time Square, allows clients to use the screens to display their choice of digital messages or graphics. The five screens that are owned by Yonge-Dundas Square will be the ones clients can access at no charge, said a statement carried by CNW.
“We are offering the complimentary screens as a gesture to help our clients recover some of the costs they’ve incurred due to the virus,” explained a Yonge-Dundas Square spokesperson. “We are excited to help.”
In a normal year, Yonge-Dundas Square is the site for many high-profile events including NXNE, Pride, Ribfest, and many other outdoor food and music festivals.