See You Soon Toronto

About

See You Soon Toronto launched in Spring 2020 with a message in mind: the empty streets, parks, restaurants, bars and buildings in Toronto are nothing without the sound, style and culture of our people. And while we’ve tried to mimic the energy of seeing one another in person, nothing compares to the real thing. A collaboration between Lifetime Developments’ Brian Brown, graphic artist Ben Johnston and ETALK Co-Anchor Tyrone Edwards, See You Soon Toronto presents limited edition apparel and art, with 100% of proceeds going back to COVID-19 relief efforts.
This Season, the sentiment around See You Soon Toronto rings truer than ever. We are all missing warmer days, distanced outdoor visits, and creating cherished memories in-person with our loved ones. As such, we are back with a limited edition capsule collection filled with cozy items to bring some comfort while at home. Because we know that the city, its establishments and our loved ones miss us as much as we miss them, and that we can’t wait to see each other soon.

HOW IT WORKS

STEP 1 - Merchandise is purchased from www.seeyousoontoronto.com
STEP 2 – Funds raised are used to purchase meals from our favourite local restaurants at FULL PRICE
STEP 3 – Meals are donated to deserving frontline and essential workers across the city of Toronto

By sending someone (or yourself!) a little love you will also be supporting the hospitality industry and organizations who serve the homeless, deliver mental health support and provide assistance to vulnerable communities. You are showing them that through all the changes this year, your appreciation for them has not.
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See You Soon Winter Crewneck
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See You Soon Sweatpants
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See You Soon Toque
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See You Soon Premium Crewneck
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See You Soon Premium Crewneck
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See You Soon Premium Tee
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See You Soon Premium Tee
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Hoodie with small logo left chest
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See You Soon Hoodie
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Toddler Cotton Jersey Tee
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Youth Premium Tee
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Limited Edition Artwork by Ben Johnston

BENEFICIARIES

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Funds raised by See You Soon Toronto Inc., a not-for-profit, are used to support Toronto’s struggling hospitality industry while benefitting our essential workers in the medical and public service industries. This holiday season, we are expanding our reach to offer support to those in need during the cold, winter months, including organizations serving the homeless, delivering mental health support and providing assistance to vulnerable communities.
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Creative Directors

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Brian Brown

Principal, Lifetime Developments
Founder and Chair, Lifetime Charitable Foundation
As Principal of Lifetime Developments, Brian is involved in every aspect of the development process, from conception to construction, building inspiring places to live, work and play. Brian is also the Founder and Chair of the Lifetime Charitable Foundation, which provides aid and support for a range of programs and initiatives that enhance communities across the GTA.

Ben Johnston

Creative Director and Artist
Ben Johnston is a creative director specializing in art direction and custom typography for advertising, murals, installations and events helping bring to life numerous types of projects. In addition to running the studio, he is continuously creating new fine art pieces to be shared in exhibitions.

Tyrone Edwards

Television Entertainment Reporter
Tyrone Edwards, the visionary behind the See You Soon Toronto theme, brings his expertise to Canada’s #1 entertainment show, ETALK, as Co-Anchor. Offscreen Tyrone is heavily involved in his community.

Press

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