Lindt Marks 70th Anniversary of their Chocolate Gold Bunny with Easter Hunts in Montreal and Toronto
Easter season has finally arrived, and Lindt could not think of a better way to celebrate the 70th anniversary of their Lindt GOLD BUNNY than creating a huge GOLD BUNNY hunt! Between Thursday, April 7 and Saturday, April 16, Lindt’s GOLD BUNNY-branded cars will visit 70 locations across Toronto and Montréal over the course of 10 days.
With a whopping 200,000 sweet treats in tow, and a special gift for the first 70 visitors at each location, locals will not want to miss out on the opportunity to partake in this delicious chocolate hunt. This fun and engaging hunt is a perfect way to create lasting Easter memories with family members of all ages.
Guests will be able to spot the GOLD BUNNY-branded cars parked at noteworthy boulevards and laneways across both cities, such as at Trinity Bellwoods Park and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, and Phillips Square and Dorchester Square in Montréal.
Lindt’s Easter products are available for purchase at lindt.ca and at Lindt Chocolate Shops across Canada.
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