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Tim Hortons to tackle litter in Nova Scotia

On April 22, 2002, Tim Hortons announced it is mounting a major province-wide "Anti-Litter Campaign" in Nova Scotia...


On April 22, 2002, Tim Hortons announced it is mounting a major province-wide “Anti-Litter Campaign” in Nova Scotia. The campaign will include in-store and drive-thru signage, extensive radio promotions, plus community clean-up programs scheduled for May 25.
The anti-litter campaign, developed in conjunction with Nova Scotia Environment and Labour, poses the question “What if everyone picked up just one piece of litter?”
Store staff will participate in a challenge to keep the store properties and surrounding areas cleared of litter and garbage.
Tim Hortons is Canada’s largest national chain, specializing in coffee and baked goods. The chain currently has 176 stores in Nova Scotia.

For more information, contact Rob Forbes at 902-662-2522 or Barry Friesen at 902-424-2645


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