10 Things You Need To Know About Attending #TGE2017


Here we are friends. The Gentlemen’s Expo is this weekend and we couldn’t be more thrilled to bring it to you. Here are 10 things you need to know about #TGE2017

10) We Welcome Gentlewomen or Gentlemen:

Sure, our show name has ‘Gentlemen’ in it, but our event is for everyone. #TGE2017 is open to anyone who is 19+ and enjoys great experiences, watching engaging speakers and acquiring knowledge.  Seriously, if you like great food, whisky/beer/wine/spirits, sports, tech, style, fashion… then #TGE2017 is for you.

9) Tickets At The Door:

Yes, tickets will be available at door! They are $35. We are in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre North Building. Still looking for online tickets… Tickets are available online up to 7:30pm on both days.

8) Hours & Location:

  • Friday, Nov 24 – 4pm to 10pm. Last call at 9:30pm. Taps off at 9:45pm.
  • Saturday, Nov 25 – Noon to 10pm. Last call at 9:30pm. Taps off at 9:45pm.

Metro Toronto Convention Centre North Building is at 255 Front Street West.

7) Schedule Your Time:

Between The Culinary Stage, The Main Stage and the Boxing ring, there’s plenty to see. Click on the day you’re coming for the times and locations of stage programming:

6) So Many Attractions:

There is plenty to do once you get inside the MTCC North Building. Here is the full list of 2027 Attractions. We recommend that you do a ‘once around’ and see what attractions catch your eye. Talk to the people working there. See if you need to book time with them. (like you’ll need to do with the barbers) See if there is an additional cost. Ask them about the experience. Archery tag, shuffleboard, race simulators, Virtual Reality playground, The Culinary Stage, shopping, and more.

5) Food and Food and Food:

We curated a list of food purveyors that you’re gonna love. Poke, Burgers, BBQ, and more. We’ve also recruited some top culinary talent to showcase on The Culinary Stage. Check out the SCHEDULE.

4) Fancy An Old Fashioned?

Whether it’s a cocktail, wine, spirits or beer, we got your covered. Check out our Drinks Menu. It’s the perfect time to sample something new or revisit an old favourite. Please know that this is a 19+ show. We strongly

3) Tokens & Cash

Tokens are the currency on site for all alcohol and food. Tokens can be purchased from Token Booths. You’ll be able to use Debit/Credit/Cash at pretty much every other vendor.

  • 1 Token = $1. (Tokens are sold in 10 packs)

2) Directions:

  • TTC

Yonge-University-Spadina Line: Exit at Union station and proceed west on Front Street to the North Building , where you can access the Skywalk to enter the South Building. Or exit to Union train station and follow the Skywalk to the MTCC North Building.

Bloor-Danthforth Line: When travelling west or east, you will need to transfer to the Yonge-University-Spadina Subway Line at either Bloor-Yonge Station, St. George Station or Spadina Station. Then continue until you reach Union Station and exit the subway. From Union station you can proceed west on Front Street to the North Building , where you can access the Skywalk to enter the South Building. Or exit to Union train station and follow the Skywalk to the MTCC North Building.

Scarborough RT Line: Travel west to Kennedy Station. From Kennedy Station transfer to the Bloor-Yonge Line. Continue on the Bloor-Yonge Line until your reach Union Station and exit the subway. From Union station you can proceed west on Front Street to the North Building , where you can access the Skywalk to enter the South Building. Or exit to Union train station and follow the Skywalk to the MTCC North Building.

Sheppard Line: Travel west to the Sheppard-Yonge Station and transfer to the Yonge-University Spadina Line. Travel south until you reach Union Station and exit the subway. From Union station you can proceed west on Front Street to the North Building , where you can access the Skywalk to enter the South Building. Or exit to Union train station and follow the Skywalk to the MTCC North Building.

  • GO Transit

From Union station you can proceed west on Front Street to the North Building , where you can access the Skywalk to enter the South Building. Or exit to Union train station and follow the Skywalk to the MTCC North Building.

  • UP Express

From the Union Station UP platform, exit and proceed west through the Skywalk corridor. Take the elevator (or staircase) to street level, Lower Simcoe Street. Proceed west on Front Street, and arrive at the MTCC North Building main entrance.

  • Driving Directions & Parking: 

Driving directions can be found HERE. There is pay parking available on site.  Even though we are posting info about driving, we strongly encourage you to take public transit. You see, there is a wide array of spirits, beer and such available on site and we are strongly against drinking & driving.

1) #BeBetter

The entire event revolves around this #BeBetter message. Soak it in. Share your thoughts with friends, with us. There are plenty of things to do and see at #TGE2017 but let’s never lose site of the ultimate goals: To be better human beings. Tag your photos, your tweets, your posts, your snaps with #TGE2017 and #BeBetter


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The Gentlemen’s Expo is THIS WEEKEND, Nov 24-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. See you soon. Doors open at 4pm. The Culinary Stage kicks off at 5pm and Friday Night Fights starts at 8pm. Tickets are available at the door for $35. Online tickets can be purchased right up until 7:30pm on Friday.


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4:00PMDoors Open
5:30PMChef Ted ReaderCulinary Stage
6:30PMRavenswood Wine & Cheese Demo Culinary Stage
6:30PMTweed Harvest StoriesMain Stage
7:30PMMark Bylok of The Whisky TopicCulinary Stage
8:00PMFriday Night Fights To End Cancer Boxing Ring
9:30PMLast Call
9:45PMTaps Off
10:00PMDoors Close
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Cannabis Comes To #TGE2017


The Gentlemen’s Expo is proud to announce a series of special guests and panels to help educate and entertain audiences. The Gentlemen’s Expo is Nov 24-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building.

WHO: Tweed’s Shega Youngson, Adam Greenblatt, Jonathan Whittaker, Daniel Beltrame 

WHAT: Two Panels from Tweed: Harvest Stories & Know Your Cannabis

WHEN: FRIDAY, NOV. 24th 6:30pm-7:15pm -Tweed: Harvest Stories followed by 15 min Q&A

WHEN: SATURDAY, NOV. 25th 4:30pm-5:15pm – Tweed: Know Your Cannabis followed by 15 min Q&A



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Tweed Harvest Stories – Friday, Nov. 24 at 6:30pm 

We’re incredibly proud of the massive Fall harvest we experienced this year. That’s why we decided to  invite our talented managers from our multiple production sites to share their stories at this year’s Gentlemen’s Expo in Toronto! From seed to harvest to post-harvest, listen and learn about what it takes to prepare the various cannabis products we offer at Tweed.


Jonathan Whittaker, Production Manager

Daniel Beltrame, Post-Harvest Manager  


Shega Youngson and Adam Greenblatt

Tweed Know Your Cannabis – Saturday, Nov 25 at 4:30pm

Cannabis laws are liberalizing across Canada and the world, creating new opportunities for communities and consumers. From regulations and responsible consumption, to how cannabis works in the body, there is knowledge that must be shared as we move towards legalization and expansion of the cannabis industry. Enhance your understanding of this plant, know your cannabis.


Shega Youngson (National Community Engagement Manager)

Adam Greenblatt (Quebec Brand Manager)

Learn more about TWEED.


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The #TGE2017 Drinks Menu


Recently we told you all about the FOOD OPTIONS at #TGE2017. We also shared all of the ATTRACTIONS you’ll be able to see at #TGE2017. Then we told you about Jays Legends Robbie Alomar and Joe Carter, along with Leafs Legends Darcy Tucker and Curtis Joseph.  We also threw in some news about Friday Night Fights To End Cancer. All this news and info was great, but we felt something was missing. Then it hit us – while we were having a ‘end of day’ cocktail at our office… What’s there to drink at TGE2017? Very fair question. Here’s our list of beer, whisky, spirits and wine. You’ll have to find out what exact brands, mixed drinks and more, by actually coming to the show.

Drink Menu at #TGE2017… 

  • Ravenswood Wine

  • Havana Club

  • Whitley Neill Gin

  • Goose Island Brewing Company

  • Crown Royal

  • Hop House 13

  • Johnnie Walker

  • Tanqueray No 10

  • Ciroc Ultra Premium

  • Bulleit

  • Budweiser

  • Jim Beam

  • Toki Whisky

  • McAuslan Brewing Inc.

  • Great Lakes Brewery



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#TGE2017 Special Guests: Darcy Tucker and Curtis Joseph


The Gentlemen’s Expo is proud to announce a series of special guests to help educate and entertain audiences. The Gentlemen’s Expo is Nov 24-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. Please welcome Leafs Legends Darcy Tucker and Curtis Joseph!

  • WHO: Toronto Maple Leaf Legends Darcy Tucker & Curtis Joseph
  • WHAT: In Conversation with Tucker & CuJo
    • 6:00pm-7:00pm – In Conversation with Leafs Legends Darcy Tucker & Curtis Joseph
    • 7:00pm-8:00pm – Meet & Greet and Photo Opportunity.



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More on Darcy Tucker

Darcy Tucker, a native of Endiang, Alberta, played 947 regular season and 68 playoff games in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens, Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Colorado Avalanche. Tucker scored 215 goals and had 261 assists for 476 points in the NHL, along with 1,410 penalty minutes. Tucker was the epitome of an agitator in the NHL, a player players hated to play against but wished to have play on their team. Not a big man at 5’10” 180 pounds, Tucker played a big man game throughout his Major Junior Career and his professional career in the National Hockey League, delivering colossal hits, fighting anyone he had to despite his size or their size, and in the process antagonizing opposing teams while inspiring his own.

Tucker played on the legendary Kamloops Blazers teams of the 1990s and was captain of the team in the 1994-95 season. Darcy Tucker is one of four players in the 90 year history of Major Junior Ice Hockey to have won three Memorial Cups, the championship of Major Junior Ice Hockey in Canada. Those Memorial Cups were won in 1992 (in Seattle, Washington), 1994 (in Laval, P.Q.) and 1995 (in Kamloops, B.C.). Tucker was listed by the Kamloops Blazers in 1992 after Kamloops General Manager Bob Brown watched a videotape of him, never having seen Tucker play in a live game prior to that time. In 1995 Tucker also won a World Junior Championship Gold Medal while representing Canada, in the World Junior Championships in Calgary.

Darcy Tucker was drafted in the 6th Round of the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens, 151st Overall. Always

Photo: “Be A Challenger” campaign.

told he was too small and not fast enough, Tucker overcame these perceived obstacles and became a consummate professional ice hockey player who could play it any way you wanted – physical, skilled, defensive, offensive. In his first professional season in the American Hockey League he won the Dudley “Red” Garrett Memorial Trophy and scored 93 points in 74 games. The following season he stuck with the Montreal Canadiens where he played for two seasons and then was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning in 1998. In 2000 he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs for whom he played for nine seasons. In 2008 Tucker was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League. Tucker had six twenty goal seasons in the National Hockey League including a career-high 28 goals in the 2005-2006 season playing in 74 games.

Tucker was an icon in the greater Toronto area during his nine seasons with the Maple Leafs, as he became a fan favorite for his energetic and physical play, and his ability to agitate at the highest level while still being a consistent and effective offensive contributor. Tucker has been active in local charities in Toronto, and has been an inspirational speaker for many major corporations in Canada, including IBM Canada. Tucker has had guest television appearances on two Canadian comedy programs, the Sean Cullen Show and Little Mosque on the Prairie.

Announcing his retirement from the National Hockey League on October 1, 2010, Darcy Tucker also revealed that he had joined forces with his agent of eighteen years (his entire career), Carlos Sosa and together they have formed a new sports representation business, Turning Point Sports Management LLC. This business shall be based out of Auburn, Washington, Denver, Colorado and Toronto, Ontario.  In January of 2011, Darcy Tucker was certified and approved by the National Hockey League Players Association to act as a Certified NHLPA Agent.  Tucker currently resides in the greater Toronto area where he resides with his wife Shannon and three children Owynn, Cole and Cain.

More on Curtis Joseph

One of the true “money” goalies of the 1990s, Curtis Joseph developed into an NHL star while guarding the net of the St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs. Although he was usually excellent in the regular season, “Cujo” became of the most feared playoffs foes due to his penchant for elevating his game in the NHL’s second season. His cat-like reflexes and indomitable competitive spirit made Joseph one of the toughest goalies for shooters to face in recent years.

A native of Keswick, Ontario, less than an hour north of Toronto, the shy Joseph initially struggled to make an impression as a hockey goalie at the amateur level. He almost gave up altogether before venturing to Wilcox, Saskatchewan to play for the Notre Dame Hounds. At this point Joseph was trying to earn a college scholarship through hockey as a means of gaining access to an education. He impressed a few scouts and eventually was offered a scholarship to the University of Wisconsin, which was trying to replace the departed Mike Richter.

Joseph excelled for the Badgers during his one season of college hockey in 1988-89. He won 21 games and was voted on to the WCHA Conference First All-Star team. A few weeks after the season “Cujo” was signed by the St. Louis Blues and left college for a pro career. He began the 1989-90 season with the Peoria Rivermen of the IHL but was eventually called up to the Blues to solidify their goaltending picture after Greg Millen was traded to the Quebec Nordiques. Joseph played in 15 regular season and six playoff games while solidifying the goaltending picture with Vincent Riendeau.

Photo: Everything Hockey. Bio: Hockey Hall Of Fame

Joseph became the Blues’ first string goalie in 1991-92 when he won 27 games in 60 appearances. The following season he won 29 games but earned league-wide attention with his brilliant effort in the playoffs. Even though the club lost to Toronto in the Norris division final, Joseph emerged as a hero after stopping 119 of 122 shots in consecutive double overtime games.

Prior to the 1995-96 season the cost-cutting Blues shipped the popular Joseph to Edmonton. He played well but the Oilers were in the early stages of a rebuilding process. In April 1996 he excelled for Canada at the World Championships and later that year represented his country in the inaugural World Cup of hockey.

In 1996-97 and 1997-98, Joseph helped the young Oilers reach the playoffs where his brilliance guided the team into the second round both years. Joseph shocked the hockey world in July 1998 when he left the Oilers to sign with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Although he never dominated the NHL’s goaltending statistics, “Cujo” was looked upon as one of the league’s top netminders whose play only improved during the post-season.

His impact on his new club was immediate as his excellent goaltending helped the Leafs register 99 points and reach the Stanley Cup semifinals. His coolness under fire impressed back up netminder Glenn Healy. Joseph won 35 games in the regular season and nine in the playoffs and was runner-up to Dominik Hasek in the voting for the Vezina trophy.

As Toronto closed out the twentieth century, Joseph’s netminding was a key reason behind the club’s challenge for the most points in the Eastern conference. The Leafs finished at the top of the Northeast division to win their first regular season title since 1962-63 and were a legitimate contender for the Stanley Cup. Joseph’s popularity reached epic proportions in hockey-mad “Hogtown.”

Joseph went on to play two more seasons with the Maple Leafs and was a member of Canada’s Gold Medal Olympic Team in Salt Lake City before leaving the team in the the summer of 2002 to sign as a free agent with the 2002 Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. Looking to fill the void left by Dominik Hasek who retired following the Wings Stanley Cup win, the team felt that Joseph would be the ideal replacement and early on has shown that the team made the right choice. However, following a one year hiatus, Hasek returned to the Motor City in 2003-04, which created a log jam in the Red Wing goal with Joseph, Hasek and Many Legace.

Injuries would limit Joseph to a mere 31 games in 2003-04 and following a cancelled 2004-05 NHL season, he was acquired by the Phoenix Coyotes. With the Coyotes Joseph would split both his seasons and record his 424th career win, thereby moving into sixth place on the NHL’s all-time list, passing Tony Esposito. After a pair of seasons in Phoenix, Joseph would not be resigned by the club and remain an unrestricted free agent up until the Calgary Flames signed the veteran goaltender on January 14, 2008.

In Calgary, Joseph notched his 448th career NHL win which moved him past Terry Sawchuck for fourth place in all-time wins. In the post-season, Joseph replaced Kiprusoff to backstop the Flames to an exciting come from behind win after the club initially fell behind 3-0. However, the Flames were eliminated that round and Joseph would sign in the off-season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.


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#TGE2017 Special Guests: Joe Carter & Robbie Alomar


The Gentlemen’s Expo is proud to announce a series of special guests to help educate and entertain audiences. The Gentlemen’s Expo is Nov 24-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. Please welcome Baseball Icons and Jays Legends Joe Carter and Robbie Alomar! Make sure you get your chance to meet this iconic duo plus get an autographed ball by clicking the Meet & Greet Autographed Ball Offer below!

  • WHO: Toronto Blue Jays Legends Joe Carter & Robbie Alomar
  • WHAT: In Conversation with Joe Carter & Robbie Alomar



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More on Joe Carter:

This Canadian Sports icon was drafted 2nd overall by the Chicago Cubs in 1981 after being named the Sporting NewsCollege Baseball player of the year. Over a 16 year MLB career he amassed over 2000 hits and almost 400 home runs playing for six teams including the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles and San Francisco Giants. He was a 5-Time All-Star, 2-Time Silver Slugger and 2-Time World Series Champion and will forever  be remembered for his famous game winning walk-off home run in Game 6 to win the World Series for the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993. He is a member of the Toronto Blue Jays Level of Excellence and was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003

More on Robbie Alomar:

Roberto is the only baseball player inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame as a Toronto Blue Jay™. His career 17-year career, included 12-time All-Star appearances and 10 Gold Glove Awards.

For most of his career, the only time the word “second” appeared in the same sentence as Roberto Alomar was when someone was describing his position in the field. At the plate, with the leather or in the final standings, Alomar was usually on top.

Born Feb. 5, 1968 in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Alomar had baseball in his blood. His father, Sandy Alomar Sr., was an All-Star second baseman in his 15-year major league career. Like his father, Roberto played second, threw right-handed and switch-hit. Alomar’s brother, Sandy, Jr., also made it to the big leagues as a catcher.

At 18, Roberto Alomar signed with the San Diego Padres and won the California League batting title in his second year in the minors with a .346 batting average. By 1988, he was with the parent club, making a splash with his defense and speed and finishing fifth in National League Rookie of the Year voting. He earned his first All-Star selection in 1990.

Photo via Sportsnet

Following that season, Alomar was traded to Toronto – where his offense took off. Alomar raised his average over .300, helping the Blue Jays to back-to-back World Series titles in 1992-1993 while finishing in third in the AL batting title race in 1993. He hit a combined .354 in four postseason series in those two championship seasons.

“Everybody can see the skills on the field,” said teammate Dave Winfield, himself a Hall of Famer. “He’s acrobatic, flamboyant, he’s got his style.”

Following the 1995 season, Alomar signed with the Baltimore Orioles. Forming a Hall of Fame double-play combination with Cal Ripken Jr., helped his team get back to the playoffs – advancing to the ALCS in 1996 and 1997. Following the 1998 season, Alomar signed with the Cleveland Indians and played with his brother Sandy for the first time.

“He reminds me of some of the great players that I’ve played with, who seem like they write their own script,” said Davey Johnson, who managed Alomar with the Orioles. “Frank Robinson’s one, Henry Aaron was the other.”

Alomar was traded to the Mets in 2002 before later stops with the White Sox and Diamondbacks. He retired after the 2004 season. In 17 major league seasons, Alomar tallied 2,724 hits, 210 home runs, 1,134 RBI, a .300 batting average and .984 fielding percentage. He made 12 consecutive All-Star appearances.


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2017 Attractions


The Gentlemen’s Expo is back on Nov. 24 & 25 and there is no shortage of experiences for patrons to enjoy! It all takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. Audiences will be entertained and educated through interesting and exciting activations as part of the #BeBetter lifestyle. Here’s a snapshot of what attractions to expect:

Friday Night Fights To End Cancer

For the first time ever, #TGE2017 will host sanctioned Olympic boxing matches at the Friday Night ‘Fights To End Cancer’ presented by TWEED! On Friday, November 24, enjoy a gentleman’s sport, while raising funds for an incredible cause: 50/50 raffle proceeds from the evening will benefit the Fight To End Cancer. Some of Canada’s best boxers, holding provincial and national titles, will be showcased including the Co-Main Event fights with Mark Smither and Kassandra O’Reilly – who both fought on the inaugural Fight To End Cancer card in 2012. MORE INFO.

The #TGE2017 Culinary Stage

The Gentlemen’s Expo will feature demonstrations from some of Toronto’s top Chefs, including: Chef Tonia Wilson, Chef Lindsey Greflund, Chef Ted Reader, Chef Mark Bylok, Health Expert Rachel Bies, Beer Expert Michelle Tham, and Chef Jason Nolan!

diVRge Virtual Reality Playground

diVRge is a Virtual Reality Playground that is making the latest in Virtual Reality technology available to the public. Their location has 18 Virtual Reality stations with 30+ experiences, and truly with something for everyone. DiVRge will be offering free VR demo’s for anyone attending The Gentlemen’s Expo. The demo’s will be 5-10 minutes in length and will give you a taste of the wonders of Virtual Reality. Some of the titles offered will include Richie’s Plank Experience, Hoops VR, Quivr, A-10, Blurtasia and Google Earth.

Archers Arena

Channel your inner Katniss and let the games begin.  Archers Arena will host their now world-famous archery tag at #TGE2017. Experience Toronto’s #1 rated archery tag in almost 3000 square feet right inside the MTCC North Building. You’ll need to bring your ‘A game’. You’ll need focus. You’ll need strength. May the best combat archer in your group win and may the odds be for ever in your favour.

Race Sim 1 Experience

Gentlemen & Gentlewomen, start your engines!

Welcome to your Indoor Racing Paradise! Start your engines and race at Toronto’s first and only Car Racing Simulation Centre! With 5 cars on the virtual track fighting for 1st place, RaceSim1 is the perfect spot for group events, corporate team building, and for friends to hang out while ripping the pavement. Drivers take place in our unique sim racing cockpits equipped with 49” screens, real car racing seats, force feedback steering wheel, pedals and shifter. You’ll race powerful and exotic cars on world-famous laser scanned tracks. This is NOT your “kiddie” arcade! Race ON!

Beer, Spirits, Wine, and Cocktail Sampling


The Gentlemen’s Expo will feature an incredible offering of some of the world’s best potent potables. Ranging from scotches, bourbons, whisk(e)ys, beers, wines, cocktails and everything in between.

Attendees will have a chance to sample beverages from the likes of: Jim Beam, Toki, Goose Island, Budweiser, Great Lakes Brewery, Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Bulleit Bourbon, CIROC, Johnny Walker, Ketel One Vodka, Tanqueray No. Ten, Don Julio, Zacapa Rum and so much more!

The Gentlemen’s Lounge

The Gentlemen’s Den will be the centre area of The Gentlemen’s Expo and have some of the most popular bar games housed within one massive area for attendees to enjoy. Play ping pong, pool, foosball and even watch sports highlights on screens placed within this area. Attendees can even watch our local Toronto sports teams broadcasted live on game day.

Track & Field / Bangarang

The fine people that brought Track & Field Bar to Toronto just released their latest venture, Bangarang. Both places feature swanky dranks, an incredible staff, but more importantly… GAMES!! (said in the same way Cookie Monster would say COOKIES!) We asked, and they will deliver those games to #TGE2017.  Expect shuffleboard from Track & Field, and cornhole from Bangarang. Should be good times.

Retail Shopping

With the holiday season just around the corner, attendees can shop amongst some of the most popular international and local men’s retailers. With nearly endless options available, gentlemensexpo_pv_28-2The Gentlemen’s Expo will bring top fashion retailers, men’s accessories, and men’s grooming products. It’s a sure bet that attendees will pick up some great gift ideas and who knows… They may also pick something up for themselves while they are there.

 A little more about #TGE2017:

The Gentlemen’s Expo is the premium event for emerging and established men’s lifestyle products, integrated consumer experiences and on-stage programming that will entertain and educate men.  It all happens November 24-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre North Building.

Come to #TGE2017 if you are interested in: style, tech, music, sports, cars, alcohol, grooming, sex, food, entrepreneurship, whiskey, beer, spirits, gaming, DIY, wellness, health and more.  Come to#TGE2017 if you want to see great speakers and compelling attractions. Come to #TGE2017 if you want to #BeBetter.



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