Understanding Mascots and How They Can Boost Your Business
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Understanding Mascots and How They Can Boost Your Business

Canadians love mascots. You can tell by the high number of mascots you will come across at any major social event. They are everywhere; at school, at our places of business, during festivals, and even in our homes. Every college has a mascot customes, and some of them make utterly no sense — no offence if your favorite college mascot is one of them. But no worries, custom mascots can be hard to design especially if your college football team is not likened to a bear, a lion, or a wolf. But college isn’t the only place you are going to find mascots in Canada. Businesses all over the country have adopted the use of mascots to increase the visibility of their brands.

3 Tips to Keep in Mind When Getting a Speeding Ticket
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3 Tips to Keep in Mind When Getting a Speeding Ticket

Being pulled over and handed a speeding ticket not only takes valuable time from a busy schedule, but it also makes any day more stressful. However, speeding citations are fairly common, so if you see the flashing lights of a police cruiser behind you, stay calm. Pull your vehicle over to the side of the road or designated area and wait for the officer to approach the driver’s side window.

3 Things to Look for in a Catering Services Contract
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3 Things to Look for in a Catering Services Contract

A professional caterer typically will ask you to sign a work contract and even to submit a portion of the total payment up-front before locking in your reservation. While this is common practice, you should avoid hastily signing the contract before reading the details of the contract. Some people who use catering services naturally expect their caterer to provide certain services before, during and after the event, but the reality is that the services offered by a catering team can vary significantly from one company to the next. Look for these three factors particularly before you sign a catering services contract to ensure that you know what type of catering experience you are paying for.