A Right To Party – CTV NEWS LONDON.
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We appreciate all the media outlets in London that did a story on our show including CTV London. We understand that the general consensus in London towards the concept of our show is negative, mainly due to the St. Patrick Day riot earlier this year. We realize that the concept of “wild university parties” might be a sensitive issue for people in London, especially those directly involved or affected by the St. Patrick Day riot such as the Mayor of London and the Police Chief.
Our goal at Beer4Breakfast is to produce an entertaining reality show that depicts how university students can organize and implement a successful house party. We focus highly on the prep and after-effects the morning after the party, hence the name Beer 4 Breakfast. All the parties are indoors and are well organized, tickets are provided to adults only, security is upheld and there is no illegal activities taking place.
After reviewing the CTV story on Beer4Breakfast, we were surprised at the reaction of Mayor Joe Fontana and London Police Chief Brad Duncan. Threatening to send “visitors in blue, and not tolerating any type of party” is a harsh approach even when considering the St. Patrick Day riot. Their autocratic responses to the idea of students remotely having some fun and God forbid throwing a party are a suppressing sentiment for public officials to have in a free and social city such as London, Ontario (for any Canadian city in that matter).
We’d love to see what London has to offer in terms of a wild university party. We hope that prospective candidates for the show don’t feel bullied by politicians and police officers. It might be hard to believe after watching this video but we must all realize that organizing a party, having a few drinks and having some fun doesn’t make us criminals.
If you think you and your friends have what it takes to throw a great party contact us by visiting our Casting page.