No Ordinary Tradeshow

Another successful show and sale completed.

No Ordinary Tradeshow is inviting businesses that cater to women, men, children and or families and would like to showcase their products or services to participate in the upcoming

HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA 2017, November 4 & 5, 2017


Contacts: 
Judith Greentree
Telephone: 780-832-7222              

 judith@noordinarytradeshow.ca 



Potential Exhibitors Include:  

      
Fitness Centers/Classes/Products
Complimentary Medicine
Fitness Centers/Classes/Products
Nutritionists
Nutraceuticals/Nutrition Products
Supplements/Health Products
Weight Loss
Aesthetic/Day Spas
Hair Salons/Spas
Men's products
Gifts for men
Anti-Aging Products
Beauty/Body Products
Massage
Beauty Products
Healing Arts
Organic Products
Aromatherapy
Eco Clothing
Fashion/Fashion Accessories
Children's fashions
Children's books and toys
Wellness Retreats
Home based businesses
Artists and Crafters
Natural Products
And More! 

CHARITY OF CHOICE


No Ordinary Tradeshow

HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA 2017 Charity of Choice:

3D Charity

 

History

The story behind the 3D Charity began in 1999. The initial idea came about with the knowledge of a student at the Grande Prairie Composite High School needing a heart transplant and the family incurring mounting medical expenses. High School boys and girls played a round robin format at the old Johnny Macdonald Arena in hopes of raising some money via gate receipts and donations. That year, $1,300 was raised for the student and her family. The next year, a couple more students in the Grande Prairie Public, Catholic, and Peace Wapiti School divisions were identified as dealing with serious medical conditions and over $8,000 was raised for five students, and so began the inaugural Tri-District Charity Hockey Tournament. For the past four years the Tournament has showcased high school and junior high school boys and girls in a 3 on 3 format over four days playing on two sheets of ice. Funds are raised via multiple initiatives with gate receipts, silent auction items donated by local businesses and professional sports teams, cash donations from local businesses, and a raffle ticket draw too name a few.

Benefits

Funds raised help to lighten the burden for students and their families who need medical treatment and/or special equipment to give them a better quality of life. There are students within the three school divisions who need to travel to Edmonton, Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Seattle and therefore need help with transportation, food, accommodation and other miscellaneous expenses.

Over 100 students have benefited directly with funds from the tournament with each student receiving a cash donation and a gift of choice. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital children’s ward has also been a benefactor of the tournament, receiving funds to furnish a theme room, benefit the therapeutic clown program, purchase Wii game systems for patient rooms, and a big screen TV and PS3 in the family room.

No Ordinary Tradeshow is pleased to be able to help raise awareness as well as fund raise in any way possible for this very worthy cause.

For more information regarding 3D Charity go to www.3dcharityhockey.com/hockey.