Cayman Islands National House TO2015
Recap: Cayman House Party
Toronto has hosted 41 nations, and as an official supplier and sponsor for the Games, we wanted to do our part and activate our sponsorship by hosting one nation… The Cayman Islands.
Known for gorgeous beaches, world-class scuba diving and cuisine, the Cayman Islands made FUSE their home away from home for the duration of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. On Saturday July 18th, FUSE hosted a Cayman House party, where 200 guests, 31 athletes and committee officials, two solo reggae artists and two great Canadian bands came out to celebrate. We turned up the heat island style and became honorary Caymanian’s for the night.
Cayman House is the first National house of the Cayman Islands and FUSE is honored to have been part of such a momentous event. Dignitaries, Delegates, Committee Officials, Athletes and Guests were welcomed with a red carpet experience complete with rope and stanchion.
You couldn’t miss our enthusiastic team of FUSE volunteers,charming food and beverages, along with the wonderful service staff provided by 10tation and JG Event Design, not to mention our signature cocktail for the evening The Sunburnt Tourist. Thank you to our sponsors: Molson Coors, Jackson Triggs, and Seven Fathoms Rum
Marcel Aubut President Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), Canadian Olympic Champion Marnie McBean, Five-Time Olympian Charmaine Crooks, Saad Rafi CEO TO2015, Katherine Henderson SVP Marketing and Revenue TO2015, Marcia Young Canadian broadcast journalist and host of CBC World Report, athletes and delegates from the Virgin Islands and Bermuda Olympic Committees came out to support the CIOC and Cayman Athletes.
Robert Young Creator, Young World Faces was in the building auctioning his artwork of Canada and Cayman Island faces. Proceeds benefited CIOC.
Social Activated Vending Machine
We wanted to provide our guests with an experience that was both unique and interactive. FUSE created a socially activated vending machine, where guests could receive a prize by publishing a message via twitter using a hashtag. To add to the social interaction, we’ve coordinated a visual experience where the lights in the machine would flash in sequence to indicate when the guest will receive a prize.
Entertainment for the night was provided by The Mandevilles, Robbie & Matt and two Cayman artists Stuart Wilson and Andy Blake. All the performances got us up on our feet dancing and made the night truly memorable.
Check out our Photobooth Fun!
Toronto will welcome 41 nations from the Pan Americas and we wanted to do our part. FUSE welcomes the Cayman Islands!
With just 100 days until the arrival of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games , anticipation is building here at FUSE, among our partners and across the country.