Whoop there it was! Jock Jam was the (MJ high) tops.
Yelp Toronto with The Gym @ 99 Sudbury threw one helluva heart-pumpin’, sweat-drippin’ aerobics-wear-clad bash.
Our hosts, The Gym @ 99 Sudbury, outdid themselves with tours of their fabulous fitness facilities, and hosting party favours in their dazzling Glass Factory space. Beyond the stunning walls and mega-great machinery, The Gym brought the heat by giving away free training sessions and week-long memberships to all guests. If you’re curious about their space, check it out - they are Toronto’s largest (and most boss) boutique gym. But don’t take our word for it, just ask Tasha D who thinks this gym is "Beautiful!" She "could live there!" We'll look for you next time we're enjoying one of their world-class classes.
The party was powered by everyone's private drive Uber, the throwback tunes of vinyl DJ Mike Juneau from Record Collective, massive media wall and photobooth by Qube Entertainment, Paul Hillier Photography and the warm welcomes of That Choir.
While everyone got jiggy with it, they indulged in a bevy of bevvies. Tito’s Handmade Vodka spiced up with Walter Caesar, ice cold Steam Whistle and Erdinger, and buzzy 20 Bees sparkling wine. These quenching lovelies came in handy while washing down tasty treats from Fancy Franks, Johnson C knows, he “particularly likes the deep-fried 'buffalo' hot dogs from Frank's for carbo-loading." Hot.
For healthier options (fitness first, y’all), we had Crave Healthy Habits, Ozery Bakery and Nutrition House on hand to delight the crowd.
A huge thank you to all who participated and made this jock jam Toronto’s best December bash, especially those who donated to The Stop, our chosen charity, and helped to buy 178 hot and healthy meals for deserving Torontonians.
Jam On, Toronto!
Evelyn W, Yelp Toronto CM