Calgary, Canada, February 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Food bloggers united together on February 11 and 12 for the Calgary Food Blogger Bake Sale. The bake sale was held for the first time at Casel Marché in Calgary’s Southwest, and benefited the Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids Society.
Well known food bloggers from across the city gathered inside Casel Marché over the two day weekend to sell their favourite home-baked goods in hopes of collecting donations for the charity. The bake sale was a success; participants were able to raise $2,000 for the Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids Society, which provides daily lunches to less fortunate children and youth.
Vincci Tsui, who organized the bake sale, told us “I can't thank Niklas Group enough for letting me hold the Calgary Food Blogger Bake Sale at Casel Marché. It was a very successful event.” Tsui also mentioned that she is looking forward to turning the bake sale into an annual event, and hopes to continue to hold it at Casel Marché. “There were so many people at the bake sale who commented on how they had driven or walked by and never came in, and were so pleasantly surprised by the Casel Marché concept.”
To see the full list of food bloggers who participated in the bake sale, visit our Facebook page at http://ow.ly/9dYMb.
About Casel Marché
Casel Marché is the meeting place of some of Calgary's best-loved and most celebrated foods and wine artisans and entrepreneurs. Created by a shared vision and a common passion, Casel Marché is an inspired market street featuring a bistro, café, wine boutique and organic market celebrating its grand opening. Located on the corner of 17th Avenue and 24th Street SW, Casel Marché has more than 30 indoor parking stalls for patrons, plus ample street parking on 24 and 24A Streets and 17 Avenue.