Platinum Sponsor for the 1st Annual Tamil Fest
Ideal Developments continued to make its mark in the community
as the Platinum Sponsor for the 1st Annual Tamil Fest that took place at Morningside. Over
30,000 people gathered during the course of both days where attendees experienced elements
of Tamil culture first-hand and a taste of Tamil cuisine. With over 350 000 Tamil people living in
Toronto, Tamil Fest exclusively showcased a wonderful celebration of traditional Tamil food,
music, and culture, which has never been done in Toronto.
“”Kubes Navaratnam, Director of Corporate and Legal Affairs at Ideal Developments said late
Ideal Developments did more than just being a Platinum Sponsor. Throughout both days, amid
the heat, Tamil Fest attendees were able to cool themselves in the Ideal Cool Zone, a misting
tent that Ideal had set up. Furthermore, staff from Ideal developments conducted a photo kiosk,
where families and groups of friends were able to have their pictures taken with various props
made available. To top things off, Ideal Developments gave away iPad tablets to lucky winners
on each day. Overall, Ideal was able to engage extensively with the community members,
young and old, in fun-filled way.
Ideal Developments was founded by its President and CEO Shaji Nada, who merged his vision
and passion for innovation into a multi-disciplinary real estate development company. Ideal is a
full service real estate development company covering the complete spectrum of land
development: from site acquisition; design; securing city approvals; construction and project
marketing and sales. Our focus is to develop homes and neighborhoods that meet the demands
and rapidly changing needs of communities. We offer the latest in modern and classical home
Contributing to a huge success, Ideal Developments will continue to support and encourage
future annual Tamil Fest festivities.
Visit Ideal Developments new office centre located on 1100 Rodick Road or email
email@example.com to find out how to become a member of the community building.