Local business owner thrilled after comedian Kevin Hart buys juice from Mississauga restaurant
While this past year has been mostly terrible, a few unexpected things made people smile—including multiple GTA appearances by beloved actor and comedian Kevin Hart.
Samar Harb, the cofounder of popular juice bar Green Press Inc., recently shared a signed picture that his company received from the movie star.
"We received this signed photo from Kevin Hart who had been drinking our juices while filming his movie here in Toronto! How awesome is this?!," Harb wrote in an email to insauga.com.
Harb said that Hart's assistant bought juices from Green Press's Port Credit location on several occasions while the actor was in town filming The Man From Toronto, a film starring Hart, Woody Harrelson and Kaley Cuoco that's set to be released next year.
Hart was spotted in various Southern Ontario locations in November over the course of the filming, and he even responded to a billboard erected by a Brampton man who desperately wanted a selfie with the actor.
"His assistant visited our Port Credit location numerous times in the past few months," Harb said, adding that Harrelson is also a fan of the beverages.
"We didn’t initially know the juices were for the two stars until their assistant told us and brought us this signed picture. We are super excited to be Kevin’s fav juicery in Toronto."
Cover photo courtesy of imdb.com
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