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Superfan Nav Bhatia Doc Get Timmy’s Backing!

 

“Tim Hortons has been a part of my daily routine since I moved to Canada 35 years ago, so when they approached me asking to share my story as a proud Canadian, the answer was absolutely yes! That cup of coffee with 2 cream and 1 sweetener has been with me through everything, and I am proud to hold it every day.” Says Superfan Nav Bhatia.

TORONTO – Tim Hortons, which has sponsored the Toronto Raptors, the only NBA team in Canada, for 20 years. Only Superfan Nav Bhatia has supported the team longer than Tim Horton’s with his courtside seat – A12 – for 24 years.

As the Raptors hope to win the NBA Finals for the first time ever, Bhatia has partnered with Tim Hortons to share his moving story – one that is more than about basketball but about passion, inclusivity and true Canadian spirit.

“Watch any Toronto Raptors home game and you will spot him near the net, always there on time, till the game has ended, since the Raptor’s inception in 1995. Nav Bhatia embodies Tim Hortons brand values of inclusion and diversity, so no one better than him to share an inspiring message about this historic moment for Toronto Raptors and Canada.” says Paloma Azulay, Global Head of Creative Excellence at Tim Hortons.

“Tim Hortons has been a part of my daily routine since I moved to Canada 35 years ago, so when they approached me asking to share my story as a proud Canadian, the answer was absolutely yes! That cup of coffee with 2 cream and 1 sweetener has been with me through everything, and I am proud to hold it every day.” Says Superfan Nav Bhatia.

In Courtside Seat A12 Nav Bhatia guides the viewers through his journey from 24 years ago to where he is today, showing how his seat represents far more than just a place to watch a basketball game, but the touching story of people who move to Canada and embrace a life focused on hard work and success.=

The mini-documentary – Courtside Seat A12 – is on YouTube. Please have a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQzxb-lU2pk&feature=youtu.be

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