At the next installment of the new Speaker Series, Wednesday, October 10 at 5:00 PM emcee Jason King got the story behind Isaac Wanzama, Founder and Senior Strategist of Geekspeak commerce.
Isaac Wanzama is the Founder of geekspeak commerce, an e-commerce services company that works with some of the world's largest retailers and manufacturers to grow online sales. Wanzama holds a degree from Ryerson University and nearly 20 years of online marketing and e-commerce expertise. As a Senior Strategist, he leads a team of experts all dedicated to enhancing the experience of online shoppers. geekspeak's present and past clients include Wal-Mart Canada, Canadian Tire (Marks), RONA, Indigo Books & Music, Honeywell, PayPal, eBay, LOWES and many more.
Catch this session October 10th at The Centennial Building, 416 Centre Street South Whitby, ON L1N 4W2.
Help in supporting the fight against impaired driving and raise money for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Durham Region this May. Come to join us on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at 10:00 A.M. and walk, run, or wheel for 5K at the Whitby Waterfront Trail Heydenshore Pavilion. All money raised stays in Durham region to support victims, survivors, raise awareness and help stop impaired driving. Registration is $23.75 except for youth aged 12 and under who can register for FREE. Registration includes an event T-Shirt.
Follow this link to register or make a donation.
Have any questions?
Email MADD Durham at email@example.com or give them a call: 1(800) 665-6233 x329
To chat with Motorcity employee, respond to this email or call us at 905-430-2351
On Wednesday, January 17, the Whitby Chamber of Commerce kicked off their Speaker Series where emcee Jason King gets the story behind the region's most familiar faces. In this series, Jason Atkins, Chief Executive Officer of 360insights, spoke about balancing a successful business and happy family life. With over 70 people in attendance and Town Brewery and The Tap and Tankard providing refreshments, the event was a tremendous success! We were proud to sponsor this local speaker series with the Whitby Economic Development.
September 16, 2017.
Motorcity Mitsubishi hosted the Whitby Road Safety Day. We held a Child Safety Seat Clinic which was full, as well as a charity BBQ and Car Wash! All the funds raised went to MADD Durham Region. If you would like to connect with MADD or stay up to date with their events, you can follow them on Facebook.
Whitby Rotarians, Randy Myers, Geno Diraddo and Ray Richardson of Motorcity Mitsubishi, are finalizing a shipment of basic necessities for Haiti; which was devastated by Hurricane Matthew. This effort was completed with the collaboration of Morgan Wienberg of Little Footprints Big Steps, a Canadian Registered Charity which has been very active in Haiti for many years. These supplies and much more are desperately needed to assist Morgan in her efforts to rebuild and to reduce the hardships created by the recent Hurricane.
If you are able to assist, please contact us or any of the above Rotarians. For more information, visit: http://www.littlefootprintsbigsteps.com
The Rotary Club of Whitby invites you for an evening of inspiration wtih Dr. Paul Thistle on Thursday July 7, 2016.
Donations to Dr. Paul Thistle and Rotary Projects. Charitable receipts will be provided - payable to 'Neil Murkar charitable foundation'
Food Truck Frenzy 2016 #FTF2016
The Food Truck Frenzy was a massive success (despite the weather!). Motorcity Mitsubishi was honoured to be a sponsor of this event, and we were more then happy to lend out Ray to volunteer!
Thank you to all who helped make this the best run frenzy by far!
If you missed the 3rd Annual FTF, you missed over 30 Food Trucks, Live Music, Entertainment, Family Activities and so much more! We hope to see you next year!
#DRIVETODONATE for the Boys & Girls of Durham Region
For the month of April 2016, Book a Test Drive, Go on a Test Drive, Show Us this Picture and We'll DONATE $25 to the Boys & Girls Club of Durham Region!
Epilepsy Durham Region's Executive Director, Dianne McKenzie, Pursuit Training's Mike Finnegan, and devoted volunteer Ray Richardson challenged themselves to conquer the Grand Canyon in the name of raising awareness and funds to support those living with epilepsy locally.
The team exceeded their fundraising goal and raised $52,000. All proceeds raised support Lora's Legacy Fund, ensuring that families have support in their neighbourhood.