10,000 Step Challenge
Congratulations to our grand prize winner ________________!!! This amazing walker completed each weeks sticker cards, totalling four sticker cards and 40,000 steps!
A huge thanks to our participants and donors for taking part in this year’s walking challenge and for supporting the BIA! We couldn’t have done it without you!
Need some help?
Need some help getting started? Join us on tomorrow (Oct.4th) at 10:30am in front of Lavish Bath Company to launch our 10,000 Step Challenge! We will be following the vibrant decals on our sidewalks, both sides of Dufferin Street to Lawrence and Wingold Avenue, 3 times.
Participate in our weekly and grand prize draw by grabbing a sticker card from Lady York Foods and collecting your stickers from the 6 businesses featured that week. Prizes include shopping for those fine, specialty items at Lady York Foods, grabbing a bite to eat at Mr. Sub, or even fresh pasta from Bologna Pastificio on us! Simply drop off your completed sticker cards at Lady York Foods by 4pm Friday of that week.
2022 Annual 10,000 Step Walking Challenge
The MarkeTo District BIA is proud to announce our 2022 Annual 10,000 Step Walking Challenge! Hurray! From Tuesday October 4th until Monday October 31st, follow our beautifully vibrant sidewalk decals featuring our amazing donors along both sides of Dufferin Street between Lawrence and Wingold Avenue 3 times daily to reach your 10,000 steps.
Drop into 6 of our featured local shops to be eligible to participate in our weekly and grand prize draws!
This challenge would not be possible without the support of our donors; Bernardo’s Funeral Homes, Bologna Pastificio, City Fish Market, IC Savings, Lady York Foods, and Mr. Sub. Thank you to them for being the ultimate promoters of personal wellbeing and health!
Thank you to STEPS Public Art and their partners at RBC Royal Bank for selecting MarkeTo District to participate in the I HeART Main Street Challenge.
The beautiful sidewalk decals were created by the incredible artist, Mel Hayes @melhayes.
The decals were printed at Signarama Etobicoke.