TORONTO, ON: Fever-Tree Canada is excited to announce the Giving Tree initiative this holiday season, in partnership with Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Fairmont Banff Springs and Tree Canada.
From December 18, 2020, to April 18, 2021, guests will be able to take part in the Giving Tree initiative by reserving a unique dining experience within a heated Fever-Tree Dome, including a curated menu and exclusive Fever-Tree cocktail list.
A portion of the proceeds from the bespoke Fever-Tree cocktails will go towards Tree Canada to support the planting and nurturing of trees in rural and urban environments across Canada.
“Raising funds for Tree Canada is especially important to Fever-Tree Canada,” said National Brand Engagement Manager, Alexis Green. “We rely so heavily on nature to be able to produce our amazing Tonics, Ginger Beers, Ginger Ales, and Sodas; our roots link closely to the environment and we felt that supporting Tree Canada provided an opportunity to give back to communities locally.”
To honour their contribution, guests will receive a Fever-Tree ornament to add their names to hang on the Giving Tree, located at each participating Fairmont property.
In addition to the winter dining experience guests, and the general public, will have the opportunity to enter a contest between November 30th, 2020, through January 3rd, 2021, via Fever-Tree Canada’s Instagram channel. The winner will enjoy a three-night stay at The Fairmont Chateau Whistler with a guest of their choosing.
For full contest details, rules and regulations please see Fever-Tree Canada’s Instagram at @FeverTreeCanada
Photo credit: Aroura Domes
Founded in 2005, Fever-Tree is the leading premium line of carbonated mixers. It procures the world’s finest ingredients from natural sources, including quinine from the Democratic Republic of Congo, ginger from Ivory Coast, India, and Nigeria, and lemons from the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily.
The Fever-Tree range is designed to complement and enhance a wide array of premium spirits, and with its high quality and naturally sourced ingredients, it is the perfect accompaniment to any drinking occasion. Unlike most mixers on the market today, which contain high fructose corn syrup, saccharin, or aspartame, Fever-Tree products contain no artificial sweeteners or flavourings, restoring taste and quality to the category.
Since its launch, Fever-Tree has collected a vast number of awards, including the Best Selling & Top Trending Tonic Water for six consecutive years by Drinks International’s surveys of the World’s Best Bars.
In Canada, Fever-Tree’s portfolio includes 14 mixers, comprising tonics, ginger ales, ginger beers, lemonade, and the new Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic, which are available at leading retailers, bars, and restaurants across the country.
For more information on the brand, please visit www.fever-tree.com and follow us on Instagram at @FeverTreeCanada
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is where occasions are celebrated and history is made. Landmark hotels with unrivalled presence, authentic experiences and unforgettable moments have attracted visitors to Fairmont and its destinations since 1907. The Plaza in New York City, The Savoy in London, Fairmont San Francisco, Fairmont Banff Springs and Fairmont Peace Hotel in Shanghai are but a few of these iconic luxury hotels, forever linked to the special places where they reside. Famous for its engaging service, grand public spaces, locally inspired cuisine and celebrated bars and lounges, Fairmont promises a special brand of thoughtful luxury that will be remembered long after any visit. With a worldwide portfolio of more than 80 hotels, Fairmont also takes great pride in its deep community roots and leadership in sustainability. Fairmont is part of Accor, a world leading hospitality group consisting of more than 5,000 properties and 10,000 food and beverage venues throughout 110 countries. fairmont.com | all.accor.com| group.accor.com
ABOUT TREE CANADA
Tree Canada is the only national non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in rural and urban environments. Through our programs, research, and educational efforts, we have helped restore tree cover in areas hit by natural disasters, guided communities in managing their urban forests, helped green 660 schoolyards and organized urban forest conferences. To date, with our community partners and sponsors, we have planted more than 82 million trees.
For more information, please visit Treecanada.ca