She sang one of her favourite songs ” I Will Always Love You.” and someone on youtube added a video of the song in a Christmas context entitled “I will Always Love you Christmas”! Lovely!
Coincidentally, Connie has released a brand new album called “Connie Talbot’s Christmas Album” which has an awesome collection of classic and modern Christmas songs. Here’s “When A Child Is Born” from her new album:
Use this cash card toward men’s and women’s casual business wear, denim, outwear, footwear, even workwear. It’s a FREE $10 to spend any way you like
Just print it out and use it to pay for anything ay any Mark’s in Canada
Here’s theÂ coupon for a free $10 cash card off a $10 purchase i.e. you can get $10 worth of items from Mark’s Work Wearhouse Canada stores for FREE! All you need to do is print the coupon, take it with you to any Mark’s store and buy $10 worth of items for free 😀
Now that’s a smart company that knows how to market and attract people to visit knowing that a lot of people will end up spending much more than just $10 and that it’ll create a buzz around their brand name!
Today i’d like to talk about Country Crock and the overnight dissapearance of this marvelous spread.
Years ago I’d buy this odd margarine for a change of pace, it always tasted different then other spreads and was nice for a change.
One cold morning years ago after walking through 10 feet of snow to my local grocery,(OK Im exaggerating a little ) Â I was shocked. Â Country Crock was no longer on the shelves! It had completely dissapeared.
How could this be?
A few years ago I contacted Country Crock asking why this product was no longer available in Canada. Was there something in the oils that is now prohibited from Canada?
The response was as follows:
Hello and thanks you for taking the time to contact Country Crock. This product has never been available in Canada, please ask your local grocerer to carry our products. Â Thank you.
Â Obviously, that got me nowhere. I’m not crazy, well for the most part i’m not. I know this product was once sold here, then suddenly dissapeared.
Perhaps the company changed hands, it wasn’t profitable enough in Canada, or one of the ingredients is prohibited.
Can anyone out there shed some light on Shedd’s Country Crock and its dissapearance?
Ever wonder if you had what it took to work in a McDonald’s in the early 70’s? Neither have I, but employee training films floating around the net are always good for a laugh, and getting a glimpse into an early 70’s McDonald’s is too cool for words to a McManiac such as myself.
Thanks ginger150 for posting this Walmart Canada promo on the forum 😀
Receive a $10 Wal-mart Canada gift card when you purchase just $25 of participating brands between December 1st and December 31st, 2008.
Multiple receipts are accepted so you donâ€™t need to spend all the $25 at once
Participating products include:
Cottonelle Fresh Flushable Moist Wipes
Kleenex Facial Tissue
To receive your $10 Wal-Mart Gift Card by mail, print and fill out this rebate form and send in your cash register receipt(s) dated between December 1 to December 31, 2008 with the participating products circled accumulating $25 (before taxes).
Well it’s still going on, and there’s four fantastic bits of good news for those of you still looking for more shirts;
They’ve restocked all their sizes
They’ve dropped the prices on more shirts
We have a coupon code that’ll save you $3 – holiday08
They’re now giving discounts to large orders — $5 off 50, $10 off $75, $15 off $100
I just placed an order on some of the restocked shirts this morning, so I can confirm the coupon code works.Â The cheapest shipping offers 1-3 weeks delivery, so there’s still time for Christmas!Â Thanks to our readers for letting us know about the coupon code.
Just in time for the holiday shopping crunch time, December 1st marks the first day of 24 hour Wal-Mart shopping at many of the stores in our country.Â While many stores will be choosing to keep these late hours it’s not an every store thing.Â Make sure you call your local Wal-Mart before making that 4am trek.
Am I crazy, or is it kind of nice to be able to get some holiday shopping done in the off hours when you’re not fighting your way through the crowds?
I’m sorry I missed the past 2 days of Christmas countdowns because I had loads of school work to finish during the weekend. Today’s post is not very Christmasy but since many stores are having liquidation sales this holiday season I thought it would be a good heads up.
Apparently what liquidators do is raise the prices above regular prices and then discount the items. You can end up paying more than regular prices at “liquidation sales”! Here’s an ABC news video about this (it also applies to Canada):
Home Hardware Canada has mail-in cash backs and free product offers totaling over $335. Many of the products on their lists are products you could be buying anyways, like the Brita Filters, so you might as well buy it from Home Hardware and get the additional $10 cash back. Some products may end up being free after the cash back if you buy them during a sale. If you come across hot deals on this list please let us know!
The Home Hardware mail in rebates cover loads of popular brand names such as T-Fal, Cusinart, Starfrit, Henckels, Brita, Energizer, Baker’s Secret, Honeywell, Dirt Devil, Rubbermaid, Conair, DeWalt, Vileda and Sylvania, etc.Â Here’s the full list: