February 21, 2005
Couple wed at Pontiac ice maze in Toronto
Toronto, Ontario – James Stares and Kathy Mitchell of Toronto were married on the weekend at the Pontiac Ice Maze, a temporary ice structure built near the Skydome in downtown Toronto as part of the Toronto auto show.
“We wanted our wedding ceremony to be meaningful and romantic, but with a
touch of the unexpected,” said bride Kathy Mitchell. “Getting married at the
Pontiac Ice Maze will make our wedding day truly memorable. With the official
countdown on, I keep reminding James that he has one last job to do: get to
the Ice Maze on time!”
The Pontiac Ice Maze is formed in the shape of the Pontiac logo. Pontiac Ice Maze visitors will be challenged to navigate their way through the 9,000 square feet of icy paths to find hidden images of Pontiac vehicles. Visitors can also enter for a chance to win four consecutive one-year leases with each of Pontiac’s four new vehicles, including the Pontiac G6, Pontiac Pursuit, Pontiac Montana SV6 and Pontiac Wave. Ballots can be filled out at the Pontiac Ice Maze or by visiting Pontiac’s booth in the Skydome at the 2005 Canadian International AutoShow.
Pontiac will make a donation to the Children’s Inner City Overnight Camp on Toronto Island on behalf of every participant who visits the Pontiac Ice Maze.
The Maze is open daily from February 18th until February 27th, 10:00 am until 9:00 pm, and admission is free.