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Here's how you can meet Old Style Pilsner's mascot and win some free swag in Toronto

If you're an avid dating app user in Toronto, there's a chance you may have come across a particularly alluring, one-of-a-kind potential match in recent weeks — the Pil Bunny. 

Even though hot girl summer is almost over, the Old Style Pilsner mascot has been on a mission to end strong and have a Hot Bunny Summer.

A generous 36% of Canadians have been using apps to find love, friendship and all types of connection, during this first summer since lockdown. And as the season comes to a close, Pil has been making their rounds on Tinder in cities across the country, and now in real life, too.

The iconic bunny will be celebrating the Hot Bunny Summer finale at a special event here in Toronto on September 6, meeting and greeting with fans over pints of the Western Canadian lager at the city's oldest bar, the Wheat Sheaf Tavern.

If you missed the chance to slide into Pil's DMs virtually this summer, you can do so in real life today from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Those who hit them up with the best messages this summer will also be in attendance.)

Anyone coming out to the the free event will get a complimentary Old Style Pilsner from Molson Coors, time to hang with Pil and their friends, and will also have the chance to win some free swag from the brand.

Register in advance online and come out to 667 King Street West to celebrate the end of Hot Bunny Summer.

Lead photo by

Old Style Pilsner/Molson Coors Beverage Co.

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