|General Description :
|Canadian Tire money (CTM) is a loyalty program by Canadian Tire. It consists of coupons, issued by the company, which resemble real currency (although the coupons are considerably smaller than Bank of Canada notes), and can be used as scrip in Canadian Tire stores, but is not considered a private currency. The notes are printed on paper similar to real Canadian currency, and were jointly produced by two of the country’s long established security printers, British American Banknote Company (BABN) and Canadian Bank Note Company (CBN). Some privately owned businesses (in Canada) accept CTM as payment (see history below), since the owners of many such businesses shop at Canadian Tire.
|Front Description :
|Sandy McTire at left (first appearance)
Treasurer: Fred Saski
Fred worked at Canadian Tire, a Canadian retail store icon, for 45 years and became the Vice President of Finance and corporate Treasurer.
President: Co-Founder, President, Alfred J. Billes, 1922 - 1966
|Back Description :
|An old Canadian Tire Corporation logo in centre.
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