Inaugural ‘Ferrari Day’ starts with an idea to show off locally owned Italian vehicles

Owners of Bread-Man store hope raising money for Children's Wish Foundation will be an annual event

Tony Lavoratore, who co-owns the Bread-Man store with his wife Shannon, helped organize a fundraiser around one of his favourite cars—the Ferrari.

Tony Lavoratore, who along with his wife Shannon owns the Bread-Man in the Northgate West Plaza, hosted what he and others hope will be an annual event—Ferrari Day.

“It was Franco Filia of the Cooperators who first approached me about the idea of showing off some Ferraris,” said Tony. “From there the idea spread and here we are.”

Perhaps a dozen or so vehicles, including one or two Maserati and Alfa-Romeo branded models, were on display in front of the Lavoratores’ store on Sunday, June 9.

Funds raised as part of the show, in particular, lunch from the Bread-Man, will go to the Children’s Miracle Network.

Anyone interested in participating in what organizers hope will be an annual event can contact Tony Lavoratore at the Bread-Man.

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