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220: No Toiletries At Tim Horton’s

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In this episode we roll back the rim at our favorite Tim Horton’s and discuss Scott’s impending birthday month. We also talk about Stan Aubie’s lost PIN; the difference, or lack of, being rude and being French; what happens when Huawei entices good reviews; McDonald’s Stunt Logos; how Alaskan Airlines helped to preserve dignity. All this, a made-up word and so much more!

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#199: Episode Preponed

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we get ready for Episode 200 and go through some funny stories. There’s a little family reunion in the studio while we talk about non-smokers getting extra vacation time; a debate about curling and brooms; the whiny generation (wait for it…); and crowdfunding your wedding with sponsors. All this, a made-up word and so much more.

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Why I Changed My Coffee Religion

The following is an excerpt from my new book “UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging” due to hit the shelves September 7th!

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Scott BC (before coffee)

I have a morning ritual that I know many of you share. Coffee around here is a bit like a religion. You choose your brand, you pick your favorite, and then you stick with it. In the Toronto area, Tim Horton’s is the church of coffee. It is a part of the culture up here, part of the vocabulary. When you say you’re going for coffee you go to ‘‘Tim’s’’ or you’re going to go to ‘‘Horton’s’’

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