Shopping at Walmart makes keeping resolutions easier
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Jan. 14 /CNW/ - The most popular New Year's resolutions this year are about reducing spending, paying off debt and healthier living, according to research commissioned by Walmart Canada. Walmart asked Canadians whether they were planning to make a New Year's resolution, what their resolution would be and whether they would keep it.
Of the one third of Canadians who said they would make a resolution this year, only about half believe they will stick with it throughout 2010. The top three resolutions this year are:
- Follow a regular exercise routine 74%
- Make more healthy meals at home 64%
- Pay off debts 60%
Walmart resolves to help
To help all Canadians keep their resolutions and financial goals for 2010, Walmart Canada is kicking off the year with some healthy discounts.
Walmart knows this is the time of the year when Canadians renew their commitment to get fit, spend more time with family, spend less money and pay off debt, so, to help our customers get off to a good start for 2010 and tackle their New Year's resolutions, we are offering great prices on a variety of items.
From this week's flyer:
Some healthy ideas...
- Elliptical Trainer: Rollback to $298 from $329.97
- Home Gym: Rollback to $268 from $299.88
- Weslo Cadence 25 Treadmill: Rollback to $298 from $349.97
- Weight Bench Combo: Rollback to $98 from $119.97
- P90X Extreme Home Fitness: $129.97
- iPod nano 8GB: $157
Getting back to basics...
- Baby basics basket: Walmart price, $91.15 versus $118.99 at the
leading national drugstore (see flyer for complete list of products
in the basket)
- Schick Quattro Titanium Razor: Rollback to $5 from $8.27
- Scope Mouthwash: Rollback to $1.50 from $2.96
- Lubriderm Body Lotion: Rollback to $5.97 from $7.57
School and home office supplies...
- Fellows 3-pack Bankers Boxes: Rollback to $5.97 from $7.78
- 17" x 23" Magnetic Dry Erase 3-in-1 Board: $22.93
- HP 500-Sheet Copy Paper: Rollback from $5.56 from $6.56
About Walmart Canada
Walmart Canada serves more than one million Canadians each day in 314 stores nationwide. With 82,000 associates, the company is the nation's third-largest employer. The retailer also operates one of Canada's strongest community involvement programs focused on supporting national and local charities in every region of the country.
The research was conducted by Research Management Group in December, 2009. 300 Canadians were interviewed, and the margin of error is +/- 4%.
SOURCE Walmart Canada
For further information: For further information: and to arrange interviews with store or company representatives: Felicia Fefer: (905) 821-2111, ext. 4466