Peterborough Pulse is now getting recognized across the country as an innovative and engaging event. Indeed, Pulse took top honours at the 2017 Business Improvement Area National Conference hosted by the Ontario BIA Association in Toronto on April 3rd, winning the award for Large Special Events & Promotions.
“Pulse has become one of our most exciting events and it’s wonderful to be recognized by our peers from BIAs across the country and show what Peterborough has to offer,” says Terry Guiel, Executive Director of the Downtown Business Improvement Area.
(L to R): Sam Sayer, DBIA Board Representative and owner of Sam’s Place; Terry Guiel, DBIA Executive Director; Sue McDowell, OBIAA president; Joel Wiebe, DBIA Communications Manager.
Pulse is a vibrant, playful and active car-free corridor through the heart of Peterborough. For one summer day, the streets are filled with cyclists and roller-skaters, families pushing strollers, karate and fencing demonstrations, art and music, and more.
Congrats to the downtown on winning this award. Keep innovating.
To see more about what Pulse is about, click here.