C.J. Graphics Holds Holiday Open House

PrintAction Staff
January 07, 2014
By PrintAction Staff

More than 1,500 people in early December attended C.J. Graphics’ annual open house, which raised $19,655 for the C.J. Skateboard Park & School non-profit organization, as well as over $1,600 and 1,500 pounds of food for Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank.

The C.J. Skateboard Park & School, founded by Jay Mandarino, President of C.J. Graphics, is a facility offering year-round supervised skateboarding, as well as lessons, camps and classes to all kids in the community, including those with special needs.


To help raise funds during the open house, Mandarino served as auctioneer for live and silent auctions of around 95 items donated by sponsors and businesses from the area.






























































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