Taste of Guelph turns 21 this year, and we are grateful for the support and sponsorship of some terrific, local businesses.
Linamar has been a key sponsor for Taste for the past 12 years, and is returning as our 2018 Presenting Sponsor. Taste is honoured to be backed by an organization that started as a small home business and, through inspiring work ethic and innovation, has grown into a multi-billion dollar global manufacturing company.
Guelph Infiniti/Guelph Nissan has partnered up with Taste this year. Offering the perfect combination of quality vehicles and friendly, highly-knowledgeable staff, Guelph Infiniti and Guelph Nissan have a vehicle for everyone. Stay up-to-date on Taste of Guelph news for more information about a live auction prize!
Another of our most valued sponsors is Intrigue. A Guelph-based digital marketing company, Intrigue delivers solutions to help businesses get noticed and found. Guided by a commitment to empower leaders to strengthen communities, Intrigue offers website design and development, branding, online advertising, content marketing, graphic design, video production, SEO, and analytics.
Taste also has our region’s leading news publications and radio stations, Guelph Today, Guelph Mercury Tribune, MAGIC FM 106.1, and 1460 CJOY spreading the word about Taste.
We are lucky to be partnered with Roy-Al Rentals and Royal City Nursery again this year. These two local businesses work together to transform the grounds of St. Joe’s into a gorgeous outdoor venue for our guests, chefs, vintners, and brewers.
Taste of Guelph 2018 wouldn’t be possible without Guelph Manufacturing Group, experts in welding, stamping, and tube and wire forming, Barzotti Woodworking, specialists in high-quality, custom cabinetry, furniture, and commercial millwork, and Hoyes Michalos and Associates, who have provided debt relief services to Ontarians for nearly 20 years.
St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph provides outstanding health care and support to positively impact the health and well-being of those in our region adjusting to life with injury or illness — and we couldn’t do it without the support from the generous businesses in our community.