Erin Mills Town Centre Receives Huge Accolade from Major Company
Everyone knows that Erin Mills Town Centre (EMTC) has been making local headlines for its stylish re-design and new store and restaurant openings, but not everyone knows that another aspect of the mall has been given some high praise.
What's one of the shopping centre's best features?
It's bathroom, apparently!
Cintas Canada, Ltd. recently revealed the top five winners of its 2018 Canada's Best Restroom contest.
EMTC's gleaming food court washrooms came in second place.
After receiving the most votes, the St. Albert Honda dealership claimed the top prize of $2,500 in Cintas products and services to keep its washrooms clean.
The 2018 finalists were selected based on cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality and unique design elements. Online voting was open to the public from July 16 through August 17, which produced the following results:
1. St. Albert Honda - St. Albert, Alberta
2. Erin Mills Town Centre - Mississauga, Ontario
3. Anh and Chi - Vancouver, British Columbia
4. Saskatchewan Science Centre - Regina, Saskatchewan
5. Oretta - Toronto, Ontario
Last year's winner, the Bayview Shopping Centre in Toronto, Ontario, took the title for its elegant chandeliers and stylish nursing room, equipped with a changing station, sink and cushioned chairs.
Maybe Mississauga voters will push EMTC's restrooms into the top spot in 2019?
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