As a blogger, opening my email can sometimes be surprising. I think it’s great when PR companies reach out to bloggers to be ambassadors for brands or special events – and when a newsworthy item comes along that totally aligns with my blog, I am more than happy to share it.
The first time I heard about doing kind things for others just because as a thing was in high school when the student council announced Random Acts of Kindness Week. I’m glad that the trend hasn’t died down and in fact, has been played out on a huge scale by individuals, small grassroots organizations and big corporations alike. Brentwood Mall in Burnaby, B.C. is no exception.
Take a look at the official press release and video below; this is a great example of when Creativity and Kindness intersect. If you are close enough to Brentwood to get down there on a Friday for a free massage, a dance break or a chance to win free lunch then go for it! But also, I’m sending this out because it may inspire you to start a Feel Good campaign wherever you are! When we use our creativity to do good for others, we are tapping into the best part of ourselves! (Tweet that!)
Brentwood surprises and delights guests with
Feel Good Fridays
Shopping centre picks up the lunch tab, kicks up the beat and soothes sore muscles every Friday afternoon
Burnaby, BC, April 23, 2014 – Thank goodness for Fridays! Shoppers are flocking to Brentwood for Feel Good Fridays in hopes of getting lunch on the house – literally. Every Friday between 12PM and 2PM, up to 10 lucky guests will learn thereis such a thing as a free lunch when Brentwood’s guest services team swoops in and surprises them by picking up the tab, no strings attached.
“Nothing feels better than putting smiles on people’s faces, and Feel Good Fridays are the perfect way to do so,” said Samia Massoud, marketing director for Brentwood. “Surprising guests with a free meal or coffee never fails to brighten their day.”
Not satisfied with gratis grub? Feel Good Fridays take the positive vibes to new heights with complimentary shoulder and neck massages for guests on the upper level by the food court. Those in need of a dance break can get their groove on at centre court, thanks to old-school R&B, hip-hop and pop favourites courtesy of DJ Juice.
“Feel Good Fridays are all about our guests and showing them our appreciation in a fun, unique way,” added Massoud. “It’s a great feeling to give back to our community.”
About Brentwood: With stores ranging from American Eagle Outfitters to DAVIDsTEA, to Sears and London Drugs, Brentwood is the Lower Mainland’s answer to convenient shopping and excellent guest services. Located at the intersection of Lougheed and Willingdon with a dedicated SkyTrain stop and bus station, Brentwood is accessible and welcoming to all. Stay up to date on news and special promotions offered to valued guests at www.brentwoodtowncentre.com.