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Tim Hortons Trash Map

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Tim Hortons, a coffee and donut shop of particular fondness to Canadians, is currently having its Roll Up the Rim promotional event in which patrons roll up the rim of their coffee cups to discover if they’ve won a prize. Someone has taken the initiative to photograph a few of the used cups and plot their locations on a Google Map. Considering the tussle between a couple of families in the Montreal area over a used cup that turned out to be a winner, it might be worth someone’s while to track these ones down.

Almost as ubiquitous as its trash are the number of store locations in Canada. Peterborough, Ontario, for example, has about 1 store for every 7,000 residents.

All things can be mapped . . . provided someone takes the time to do so.
By way of Great Map.

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