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BuzzFeed will tell you what Millennials want, for a fee

BuzzFeed will tell you what Millennials want, for a fee

Scotts Miracle-Gro Co, the plant-care giant, had a problem: Millennials weren't gardening enough. So the US company turned to one of the most renowned experts on millennial behaviour, BuzzFeed Inc. But Scotts didn't just advertise on the site, known

Fee to drop for most Vermont utility customers

Many of Vermont's residential electric customers will have a 3 percent drop next year in a fee that goes to energy efficiency services statewide. Vermont Public Radio reports that the money goes to Efficiency Vermont for energy savings programs

Capital One Savor offers amazing dining-out perks for foodies in the form of unlimited 4% cash back

There's no limit, but we can look at the average person's spending on food to estimate what you may get in rewards each year from the Capital One Savor credit card.

If you spend $400 per month on groceries, that is $4,800 in annual grocery purchases. The bonus there is worth $96 in annual cash back.

Restaurant-loving millennials, families, and empty nesters alike may frequent restaurants ranging from fine dining to fast food. If you spend $200 per month here, that's $2,400 in annual restaurant purchases worth $72 in cash back.

Combining those two categories yields a $168 cash back reward. Pretty great for a card with a $95 annual fee if you pay it off in full every month and avoid things like balance transfers, cash advances, and late payments.

Источник: Business Insider

City of Mobile considering Mardi Gras parade fee increase


According to the Mayor's office, there will be no fee increase on Mardi Gras groups in the 2019 season.


In a surprise move, the City of Mobile informed Mardi Gras Organizations of a proposed parade fee increase for next year. A spokesperson for Mobile Police says that Chief Lawrence Battiste met the organizations Wednesday night to inform them of the proposal.

A source inside that meeting tells NBC 15 that Chief Battiste informed the groups that the City proposed raising the fee from $1025.00 per parade to $5000.00. A figure the source says many groups cannot afford.

The City says that while the fee increase was announced to the groups, no specific amount has been determined at this time.

The mayor's office says it was just a discussion and that nothing has been finalized.

Источник: NBC 15 WPMI (press release)

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