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PINOY TV SPECIAL GOES TO COUNTRY HILLS TOYOTA’S ANNUAL STAMPEDE BREAKFAST

One sunny morning, a commotion is somewhat happening at Country Hills Toyota, a long line up of people waiting for their turns to be given free Stampede Breakfast, adults and kids are being given balloons, loud western music being played at the ground, excited people participating on different games, for all we know Country Hills Toyota is celebrating their Annual Stampede Breakfast. Pinoy TV Special attended the event wherein we come together to show our western hospitality and our community spirit. Whenever we celebrate Stampede, people from different walks of life, people from urban and rural places, young and old, longtime Calgarians with new Canadians, gather together in order to connect families and friends alike. Although, we have the multicultural diversities, these western values help us move, grow, and experience everything this great country has to offer us since everybody is living in a changing and challenging world.

The hospitable staff of Country Hills Toyota are so busy preparing and cooking the Stampede breakfast which includes pancakes, pork sausages, scrambled eggs, fruits, and even the so called ” Samosas”, an East Indian dish. “Mabuhay”, ” Salamat”, are the words coming out from Farley Farchuk, the general manager, Rahul Kashyap, the general sales manager, and Alan Isidoro the product advisor of Country Hills Toyota as Juan Manila of Pinoy TV Special interviewed them. There are lots of our ” Kababayans” that we saw at the parking lot area feeling the spirit of Stampede. We could not be more prouder to be part of the celebration. “YAHOO”.

Olet Barnachea









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