Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 15 2021

Newsletter 04/15/2022

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Tellwut Support will be limited on Friday, April 15 due to Good Friday. Please allow an additional 24-48 hours for us to reply to any emails and process orders.

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Almost half of Canadians are planning on buying a vehicle

Almost half of Canadians are planning on buying a vehicle, be it new or used, in the next two years. The survey, carried out by Ipsos, found that 46 per cent of Canadians plan to buy a vehicle in the next 24 months — 44 per cent said the same one year ago but 52 per cent had the same intentions before the pandemic.-AutoService

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Shoppers Drug Mart tops list of most reputable companies in Canada, Leger survey finds

Leger on Thursday unveiled the results of its 2022 Reputation study, which ranks the companies Canadians find most reputable, based on a survey of the opinions and awareness of more than 38,000 people toward 285 companies. Shoppers Drug Mart came out on top of this year’s list, followed by Sony and Samsung.-Financial Post

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Americans Admit They Eat More Candy Now Than When They Were Kids

Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of HI-CHEW, a new survey found that 52 percent of respondents reported eating more candy now as adults than they ever did as kids.-Spokesman Recorder.com

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Nearly 80% of Americans would pay more for eco-friendly travel, survey finds

With Earth Day just a few weeks away, The Vacationer released its annual 2022 Sustainable Travel Survey, finding that over 78% of Americans are willing to pay more to travel if it will lower their trip’s carbon footprint. 33.39% would be willing to pay up to $50 more, 33.21% would be willing to pay between $50 and $250 more, 9.22% would be willing to pay between $250 and $500 more, and 2.46% would be willing to pay over $500 more.-silive.com

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