CSIO Announces Partnership with Assembli

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

For Immediate Release 

TORONTO (October 24, 2018) – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is proud to announce its partnership with Assembli. The partnership will provide CSIO registered athletes with 15% off build-your-own and signature menu items at their Church Street location in Toronto.  

To receive this discount, CSIO registered athletes are to show their digital ID card at check-out. If you do not have an ID, please contact Athlete Services Manager Danielle Gelineau at dgelineau@csiontario.ca to have one made.  

Assembli believes the good restaurants are the customer-centric ones—the kind that make the ordering and enjoying process as simple as possible. Assembli’s custom-made salads and pizzas are for the super-busy and super-hungry, the people looking for a fresher, healthier option and a dining experience they can make their own. 

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CSIO is proud to be partnering with Assembli and to be bringing this incredible support to our Toronto-based Olympic and Paralympic athletes. We thank Assembli for keeping our athletes fueled with FRESH and healthy creations, that can be customized to fit their specific nutrition needs”, said Danielle Gelineau, CSIO Manager, Athlete Services.  

“Our Church Street Assembli Restaurant team is delighted to partner with CSIO to provide a special discount to their Olympic and Paralympic athletes.  We look forward to introducing them to our fresh and healthy menu items”, Stephen Plunkett, CEO, Assembli Restaurants. 

About Canadian Sport Institute Ontario 

Located at the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, the largest legacy facility of the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games, Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing world-class programs, services, and leadership to high performance athletes and coaches to enhance their ability to achieve international podium performances. CSIO offers athletes a range of sport science and sport medicine services including nutrition, physiology, biomechanics, strength & conditioning, mental performance and sport therapy; as well as life services and assistance with transitioning in to and out of sport. CSIO also delivers programming and services to National and Provincial Sport Organizations and coaches to work towards building a stronger sport system in Ontario. 

As a key partner in the sport systems of both Ontario and Canada, CSIO services approximately 700 high performance athletes and 250 coaches and is part of a larger network of 4 institutes and 3 multi-sport centres across the country. CSIO is supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Sport Canada, Own the Podium, the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee, and the Coaching Association of Canada, along with the National and Provincial Sport Organizations within the sector. 

 

Media Contact: 

David Chu, Director, Corporate Services and Partnerships 

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario 
Tel: 416.596.1240 ex 202 
Email: dchu@csiontario.ca 

www.csiontario.ca 

 

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