Contest! Metropolis at Metrotown is taking part in #PinkShirtPromise

Metropolis at Metrotown is taking part in PinkShirtPromise

In support of Shaw Communications’ #PinkShirtPromise campaign, Post-it Brand and Metropolis at Metrotown are embarking on an initiative to end bullying in Canada.

Beginning February 11, 2016, customers will be invited to write a promise to help end bullying and see their positive message on the Post-it Pink wall in Grand Court from February 17-24, 2016. Customers can also see their photo larger-than-life on the 70 foot elevator light curtain. For every promise posted on the wall or light curtain photo, Metropolis at Metrotown will donate $1 to the CKNW Orphans’ Fund, up to $5000 to help end bullying in our community.

To connect with the younger, tech-savvy audience, Metropolis at Metrotown is also collecting #PinkShirtPromise pledges online at For every digital pledge made, $1 will go to the CKNW Orphans’ Fund. One lucky grand prize winner will be awarded a $500 shopping spree and a $500 gift card for a local charity.

On February 24, Pink Shirt Day, Metropolis at Metrotown will invite everyone to wear a pink shirt to support the cause. Students from the nearby Maywood Community School will be committing random acts of kindness to surprise and delight shoppers, plus round out the event with a flash-mob dance performance in Grand Court at 11:30am.

Throughout the campaign, each promise made using the #PinkShirtPromise hashtag on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook will be eligible for a chance to win an ET Canada Experience, which includes flights for two to Toronto and two nights hotel accommodation, and a $1,500 dollar shopping spree at Metropolis at Metrotown.

“By taking part in Pink Shirt Day and raising awareness through the #PinkShirtPromise campaign, Metropolis at Metrotown is actively promoting kindness, solidarity, and tolerance,” said Mary-Jo Johnson, Director of Metrotown Properties. “We always look for new and better ways to actively support causes that can make a difference in the community.”

Bullying, whether online, at school, or at work, affects people of all age groups, backgrounds, and genders. According to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 40% of Canadian workers experience bullying on a weekly basis and 47% of Canadian parents report having a child victim of bullying.


Help us spread the word about #PinkShirtPromise, we are giving away a $100 Metropolis at Metrotown gift card.

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James Chung

Vancouver Lifestyle, Cool Tech & Travel Adventure. Email: [email protected]

25 responses

  1. jan says:

    To try carrying the #PinkShirtPromise on for more than just the day

  2. Lindsay Stroud says:

    A great contest for a great cause!

  3. angela mitchell says:

    My #PinkShirtPromise is to have an ongoing and open conversation with my kids about bullying.

  4. Ari says:

    My #PinkShirtPromise is to spread a little more kindness around each day and watch what I say. Even innocent comments can have a big impact if taken the wrong way.

  5. Andrea m says:

    I promise to stand up to bullies and to teach my baby girl to be a kind person.

  6. Gary Barclay says:

    Stand up. Be firm and correct with bullies.

  7. daydreamsun3 says:

    to stand up for the vulnerable

  8. Missycat11 says:

    I promise not to tolerate bullying from anyone.

  9. Larker says:

    I promise to not stand by silent when I see bullying behaviour and step in to stop it.

  10. billiondollarprincesss says:

    I promise to stop bullying when i see it.

  11. annet says:

    I promise to not allow bullying to happen in front of me.

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  12. Lindsay Carmichael says:

    I pledge to be kind and compassionate to others, and to stand up to bullies for those who can’t.

  13. Barb W says:

    Kindness to all you encounter.

  14. Make Random Acts of Kindness every day. You never know what some one else may be going through.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  15. Jeannie says:

    My pink shirt day promise is to be kind to everyone, even if they are not kind to me. 2 wrongs don’t make it right.

  16. Rachel says:

    My pink shirt day promise is to be kind to everyone, even if they are not kind to me.

  17. Ming Kwang says:

    Promise to educate my kids about anti-bullying

  18. Yung Leong says:

    I promise to be kind and pay kindness forward

  19. sunshine says:

    I promise to treat with kindness and empathy, and if I see something happening, step in if needed.

  20. shannon heitt says:

    my promise is to stand up when i see people being bullied

  21. Heather says:

    I love pink shirt day! I advocate about anti-bullying as part of my job! Sorry but I don’t know how to regram! Wear pink on Feb 24th!

  22. Jenn Erin L says:

    I promise to stand up for those who are being bullied. #PinkShirtPromise

  23. kam77 says:

    My Pink Shirt Day promise is to encourage my students to stand up to bullying and not be bystanders if they do see it. #PinkShirtPromise

  24. Andi Liu says:

    I promise to be kind

  25. I promise to say something if I see someone being bullied

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