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Bunz rolls out official trading zones at Toronto cafes

If you've been avoiding trading your goods with fellow Bunz members due to stranger danger - good news, Official Bunz Trading Zones are now a thing in Toronto. Today the secret swapping society announced that seven cafes across the city will now act as safe havens for Bunz members to exchange items at.

Seventh Sister Bakery, Full Stop, Crosstown Coffee Bar, Fool Coffee, The Only Cafe, Tango Palace and Tandem Coffee have all been outfitted with a troll decal to show their affiliation with Bunz. Note: many of these joints have evening hours, so even those who work late can get in on the action.

But wait, there's more. Each week Bunz will be featuring a "Zone Of The Week" on its Tumblr in an effort to bolster each business. If you miss the online notification, no worries, the featured zone will have a sidewalk stencil indicating its status. During its time in the spotlight, the zone/cafe will be serving traders tea and coffee comped by Bunz (while supplies last).

If you have yet to be invited to the exclusive group, you can sign up here using the code 777777.

Bunz Trading Zone

Photo via Bunz Trading Zone on Facebook. Photo of Fool Coffee by Jesse Milns.


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