14 December 2015
C.J. Graphics hosts another successful open house
TORONTO—On Dec. 4, C.J. Graphics held its annual open house and fundraiser to kick of the holiday season. Clients, suppliers, friends, family and industry peers were there, with a total of 1,545 guests attending overall.

Jay Mandarino

During the event, founder and CEO Jay Mandarino acted as host and auctioneer, raising over $19,000 with proceeds going to the special needs programs offered by the C.J. Skateboard Park & School. Canadian football icon Michael “Pinball” Clemons was in attendance and helped with the auction.

Guests donated 1,500 lbs. of food, which volunteers from the Daily Bread Food Bank were on hand to collect. C.J. also matched cash donations dollar-for-dollar for a total of $2,000.
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