MEDIA ADVISORY – 2010 CP Holiday Train

December 6, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ – The fully lit CP Holiday Train will enter
Metropolitan Chicago from the North, on tracks running about one mile
east of Interstates 94 and 294.  The fully lit train is over 1,000 feet
long and very impressive from a helicopter or overpass angle.

Tuesday, December 7
Locations/ Times (approximate), heading south towards O’Hare Airport:

Gurnee – 04:55 AM
Deerfield – 05:10 AM
Northbrook – 05:15 AM
Des Plaines (passing under I294) – 05:30 AM
Eastside of ORD – 05:45 AM
Bensenville (South of O’Hare Airport) – 06:00 AM

Assignment Editors note:  Please contact Mike LoVecchio at 778 772-9636
after 04:30 AM CT to confirm times.

The second of two Chicagoland CP Holiday Train shows will occur in
Gurnee in the northern suburbs.  Details follow.

Wednesday, December 8
Gurnee – 5:15 p.m., 4460 Old Grand Ave, Viking Middle School Park

About the Holiday Train:
The Holiday Train is a freight train covered in hundreds of thousands
bright lights.  At 140 stops across Canada and United States, Canadian
Pacific provides a box car stage, a line up of great musical talent and
a corporate contribution to the local food bank.  Food banks provide
collection bins for non-perishable food.  Communities, in turn, donate
food and funds, all of which stays in the community.  The Holiday Train
has raised over $4.8 million and 2.3 million pounds of food.  Full
schedules and background information are available at www.cpr.ca by clicking on the Holiday Train. People can join the Holiday Train on
Facebook and follow the spirit of one of the longest-running
cross-country food bank fundraisers on Twitter: @CPHolidaytrain.

B-roll and backgrounders also available on CNW Video on Demand: http://cnw.pathfireondemand.com/viewpackage.action?packageid=410

SOURCE Canadian Pacific

Source: newswire

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