2018 Press Release #1

36 years in the making


Good Times for a Good Cause!

TORONTO, ON, August 7, 2018 – The Toronto Corporate Run Presented by Sport Chek, will return to Ontario Place, once again with the backdrop of Lake Ontario on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. What better way to enjoy an evening than competing for bragging rights with industry colleagues and all for a great cause!

There are so many great reasons to attend this extraordinary event:

  • YOU’RE MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE – by supporting worthwhile causes such as CAMH  ( and CT Jumpstart charities (

  • You’re in GOOD company.  Join teams from Pepsi, Indigo Books and Music, Desjardins, Thoughtwire, Rogers Communications, Canadian Tire, Sport Chek, Great West Life, the LCBO, and so many others.  Big or small, you and your clients, suppliers and vendors are welcome here.

  • BRAGGING Rights:  Sure, they might do more business than you – but YOU got to the finish line first! 

  • Great SWAG: Walk away with a top notch goodie bag to take home with you.

  • After PARTY, keep the post-run-fun going – ON US – with an evening filled with food, drinks, and groovy tunes.  Back on stage the Yonge Originals all local professionals with day jobs who ROCK!

  • And don’t forget back in 2018 the CEO Challenge, finally some real sweat comes out of the corner office.


“We are excited to be back again this year with an even bigger team of Desjardins employees. Not only is this run a great team building experience, but it also creates awareness that mental health is an important issue, and that it’s okay for everybody to feel comfortable getting the support they need in the workplace. It’s a message that is closely aligned with Desjardins’ mental health support programs”, said Jean-Marc Spencer, Executive Director at Desjardins Voyageurs Credit Union.



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