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  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Exclusive: 3 more Dayton-area Tim Hortons in the works

    Tim Hortons is continuing its plans to build more stores throughout the Dayton region, picking three locations for additional stores. The Ontario-based coffee and doughnut chain is working on new stores in Riverside, Huber Heights and in Troy, which should open next year. The location announcements follow recent news that Tim Hortons franchisee Ampex Brands is working with Colliers International to expand in the Dayton area, seeking to fill in about 10 to 12 new locations .

  • PR Newswire2 months ago

    Tim Hortons #WarmWishes campaign surprises Canadians with more than 150 good deeds in one day

    OAKVILLE, ON, Nov. 30, 2016 /CNW/ - Today, Tim Hortons released its annual #WarmWishes video, capturing the surprise and delight of more than 150 deserving Canadians from across the country. Requests as small, but meaningful, as delivering hot chocolate and Timbits® for nurses, raking leaves for a neighbour and giving flowers to a partner were submitted in the Cup of Good Deeds and fulfilled by Tim Hortons staff. "We know Canadians want to give back during the holiday season, but they may not always have the time or resources to do so," says Sami Siddiqui, President, Tim Hortons Canada.

  • PR Newswire7 months ago

    More than 230,000 kids are having a ball this year in the Timbits Soccer Program

    More than 230,000 kids across Canada have put on their jerseys and are participating in Timbits Soccer, a community-oriented program that provides opportunities for kids aged four to nine to play house league soccer. "Making a positive impact in the communities where Tim Hortons restaurants are located continues to be a top priority for us," says David Clanachan, President and COO, Tim Hortons Canada, and soccer enthusiast. "We launched the Timbits Minor Sports Program in 1982, and because of our dedicated Restaurant Owners, soccer club representatives, and parents and participants, this program continues to grow each and every year.