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Charity tokens; a limited International Study.

By poptop - 12 April 2013 7

The Good Guys in Tuggeranong

Waitrose in Suffolk

A dear friend of mine irregularly sends me snaps of the charity token bins at his local Waitrose supermarket in Suffolk. After discovering a similar arrangement at The Good Guys we did a brief desktop analysis.

The major findings were that:
— Tuggeranong likes Jamie Oliver better than Suffolk;
— The English support historic and romantic things – bell ringers and wild ponies;
— the people of Tuggeranong REALLY like a helicopter.

However, the Good Guys did announce in February that their Good Guys Local Giving Program had donated more than $5 million to over 150 local community organisations around Australia, supporting essential programs, services and projects at a grassroots level.

That is sort of nice.

What’s Your opinion?


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7 Responses to
Charity tokens; a limited International Study.
rigseismic67 8:26 pm 14 Apr 13

Confucious say
To many of those greasy hamburgers = helicopter ride in future

shauno 12:33 pm 14 Apr 13

davo101 said :

the people of Tuggeranong REALLY like a helicopter.

If you had to travel that far to a hospital you’d probably like a helicopter too.

Good point that one.

damien haas 1:07 pm 12 Apr 13

Grill’d Belco have a similar arrangement.

gertel 12:15 pm 12 Apr 13

Grill’d also have the same system – I like it.

davo101 12:09 pm 12 Apr 13

the people of Tuggeranong REALLY like a helicopter.

If you had to travel that far to a hospital you’d probably like a helicopter too.

DrKoresh 11:57 am 12 Apr 13

Jaime Oliver is a wanker and should keep his grubby english hands off my delicious, greasy burgers.

johnboy 11:30 am 12 Apr 13

I think hartley lifecare, great work though they do, need to work on their brand recognition.

http://www.hartley.org.au/

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