Brentwood ushers in the true spirit of Christmas with 24 Days of Giving

Brentwood ushers in the true spirit of Christmas with 24 Days of Giving

Move over Ebenezer Scrooge, old-fashioned Christmas cheer is back! Brentwood is getting in the festive spirit with 24 Days of Giving, featuring prizes from the shopping centre and a host of participating retailers, plus unexpected perks for the luckiest of guests. With a full roster of festive entertainment, not to mention community goodwill and best-in-class guest services, this holiday season is slated to be the merriest yet.

Consider the mystery of good gifting restored, thanks to random acts of kindness from various retailers and thoughtful elves throughout Brentwood – think gift cards, generous perks and other surprise treats. Guests can also participate in the shopping centre’s 24 Days of Giving, a social media giveaway designed to make spirits bright every day until Christmas. Daily from December 1 to 23, one lucky guest will receive a $50 gift card from a different retailer. Christmas Eve’s giveaway will get kicked up a notch with a $1,000 grand prize gift card, redeemable at any store in Brentwood.

“Christmas is a truly magical time of year, and we’re getting in the festive spirit with special surprises for our valued guests,” said Samia Massoud, Marketing Director for Brentwood. “Expect the unexpected during the month of December, from gift-giving elves to seasonal entertainment.”

Taking true holiday spirit to even greater heights, Brentwood will host Toy Mountain presented by CTV, 103.5 QM/FM, The Beat 94.5 and TEAM Radio, on Thursday, December 12 & Friday, December 13. Listeners across the Lower Mainland will be encouraged to donate cash and toys to brighten Christmas morning for children and families in need.

“Giving back to the community is always important to us, especially around the holidays,” added Massoud. “Our goal is to recapture the charm of Christmases past and bring community goodwill and gold-standard service back to the forefront.”

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