Best Use of a Canadian Passport

– image courtesy of Ad Week

I remember when I first started really traveling and meeting people from other countries. I sometimes jealously thought to myself, I wish my passport allowed me to stay indefinitely in such and such country or enter bladibla country and to work with little paper work. It was a silly thing to feel jealous about, seeing as I never really had the means (or money) to say stay in a tropical paradise like Mallorca for an indefinite amount of time. But, hey I couldn’t help but grumble when my Canadian passport didn’t even make it easy for me to work here in the US. Now a European passport, that’s a key to the world…

Well today – on Canada Day – I read about this pretty cool use for a Canadian Passport – to open a fully stocked beer fridge. Yes, you read correctly. If you are Canadian, or have ventured to Canada, then you know Molson Beer, it’s a staple to my brothers and sisters north of the border. Molson is the Canadian beer brand famously know for the I AM CANADIAN campaign.

Read more about the Molson Canadian Beer Fridges over at AdWeek.

Oh, and Happy Canada Day, eh!

Would you swipe your passport for a cool refreshing beer?

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4 Responses to Best Use of a Canadian Passport
  1. Chelsea Day
    July 1, 2013 | 2:08 pm

    How fun! I would so swipe my passport for a beer!! :)
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  2. Pam
    July 1, 2013 | 3:34 pm

    That is too funny! Happy Canada Day!

  3. mel
    July 1, 2013 | 4:00 pm

    That sounds like something right up my alley!!!
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  4. Sabrina Radke
    July 1, 2013 | 5:20 pm

    Oh my this is hilarious! I wonder if some folks might need a replacement passport from over swiping? :)

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