Target Celebrates the holidays with special guest Ross Mathews

Target Holiday Party

Target Canada hosted an event recently to kick off the holidays.

Television personality, Ross Mathews, was joined by some special guests to help countdown the days to Christmas and help spread some festive cheer throughout the store. We were invited to come celebrate the big event, which included fun stations set up around Target’s Stockyard location in Toronto.

There was a classic plinko game, fresh pretzels and desserts, photobooths, carollers and more. Designer Chris March, who designed Targets amazing Halloween accessories, was there to share the fun with his latest creations for this season. Recording artist Kardinal Offishall was also in the festive mood, challenging Ross Mathews to a competitive Wrap Off.

Everyone was loving the Toms for Target sweater, the specially designed holiday sweater, that provided some great photo opportunities. Check out the pictures from the event below.

Target Canada Blog for Ross Matthews

The holiday treat table was decked out with all sorts of goodies!

Target cookies

Target carollers with Ross Matthews

Ross couldn’t help himself from joining in with the carollers.

Ross Matthews with Chris March for Target

Ross Mathews with Chris March, having some fun with the holiday props at the photo booth.

Target Bloggers Toronto Is Fashion

We couldn’t help ourselves either!

Ross Matthews at Target wearing Chris March hat

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Toronto bloggers Richard and Marc

Ross Matthews at Target Canada for appearance

Ross Matthews visits Target

Ross Matthews at Target in Canada

Ross with Toronto Raptor’s Jerome ‘JYD’ Williams

Kardinal Official Target

Ross and Kardinal Offishall compete for some serious bragging rights in the ‘Target Wrap Off’ competition.

Ross Matthews Kardinal at Target

Ross Matthews Hello Ross

 Photo Credits : Sam Santos/George Pimentel Photography
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