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KiKi Maple Sweet Water Receives Overwhelming Response to Promotional Event Print E-mail
Monday March 4, 2013

On February 27, 2013 at Star Walk International Buffet in Toronto, the Canada-China Agriculture and Food Development Exchange Centre held a promotional event for KiKi Maple Sweet Water beverages. Despite the snow storm, the event was very successful with more than 40 importers/exporters, business owners and investors in attendance. There were also several news reporters, newspapers, and TV stations who attended to see what KiKi Maple Sweet Water beverages were all about.  Owner of Troll Bridge Creek and creator of KiKi Maple Sweet Water, Mr. Keith Harris, gave an excellent presentation to the group illustrating the benefits of these beverages and his future plans for China’s market. Once the presentation had concluded, Mr. Harris received an overwhelming response of questions and comments from interested parties. Following the event, we received an email from Mr. Harris stating, “I felt the dinner meeting was very successful and I felt very welcomed by your associates.  The presentation generated a lot of questions and some real interest!”

The CCAgr team is hard at work promoting KiKi Maple Sweet Water as Canada’s National Beverage in China. We are currently working with our team in China for our upcoming business mission to China this March with Mr. Keith Harris. This trip will include visits to Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu to speak with distributors and investors interested in marketing KiKi Maple Sweet Water beverages in China.

KiKi Maple Sweet Water Promotional Event


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