Scout Logistics treats Veterans to a nice meal

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TORONTO, Ont. — Scout Logistics, a perishable logistics specialist, teamed up with a local catering company June 11 to host dinner for Veterans from the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre in Toronto.


“This year, as Memorial Day came and went, we wanted to show our appreciation for the Veterans who sacrificed their lives and to whom we owe our eternal thanks,” said Hannah Abrams, vice-president of corporate affairs at Scout Logistics Corporation. “Our company feels very passionate about Remembrance Day and understands that if it wasn’t for the selfless acts of these brave men and women fighting for our freedom for generations many of us wouldn’t be here today.”

Catering was provided by The Food Dudes.

“Catering dinner for the Veterans living at the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre was particularly special to us here at Scout Logistics because we were not only able to surprise so many veterans with an incredible meal, but we were able to spend time with the people who fought for our country and ensured its safety,” Scout Logistics said in a release.

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