Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Come Visit Mega Bloks in Montreal - North America's Biggest Toy Factory!

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This is NOT a sponsored post.  

We are huge fans of Mega Bloks and absolutely love that their company is in Canada (not overseas) and are so pleased to share this with other moms!  Enjoy! 


Mega Bloks is proud to showcase their facilities to young Montrealers through engaging and inspiring adventures specifically customized for each age group. In addition to highlighting the magical wonders of a toy factory for younger kids, and walking through informational ‘how-it’s-made’ processes for older students, the tours will also highlight future professions that visitors can aspire to. 


Here are some of the activities that will be accessible to tour participants:

∙ MEGA BLOKS FACTORY TOUR ∙ TOY DESIGNER MEET & GREET ∙ ‘HOW-IT’S-MADE’ PRESENTATION ∙ BUILDING ACTIVITY SESSION

Please take note of the following important information before applying for a visit:

- Tours are only available to schools, camps, daycares and non-profit organizations for children.


- Tours are offered free of charge. However, a compulsory donation of $5 per visitor in benefit of the Montreal 
Children’s Hospital Foundation must be made in order to participate in the tour (not applicable to non-profit organizations).

- Tours are limited to a maximum of 30 children at a time (one class).

- You are responsible for any travel arrangements for your group to and from the MEGA headquarters.


- All visitors must be dressed comfortably with closed shoes.


- It is recommended that classes be seperated into groups of 8 to 10 students prior to the visit to facilitate activities 
and supervision.

If you would like to take your class or kiddos or for more information, please contact tanyafa@megabrands.com

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This is not a sponsored post.  I am so pleased to share this with all moms and whether you can go for a tour or not....what an awesome company - and to think the toys are made in Canada! (not overseas!)  *MomBliss*


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