A year after ending its longtime partnership with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, who has yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19, Hyundai Canada is completely overhauling its image by appointing Marilou as its new ambassador.
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The 32-year-old entrepreneur and singer-songwriter hosts the second season of her show “Trois fois par jour & vous” on Zeste, a new image of the South Korean brand in La Belle Province.
“We had the opportunity to talk about my desire for philanthropy, my reality as a mother living in the suburbs, and as a female entrepreneur who spends a lot of time on the road in Quebec. I also told them a lot about my love for Quebec and local artisans, and I want to show that with this first campaign that we’re launching today. Hyundai didn’t hesitate,” Marilou said in a press release on Monday. The company’s three times a day.
It should be noted that Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, who directs the second season of “Masked Singers” on TVA on Sunday evenings, explained his wanderings on September 23 in the discussion and news package “Le monde à l’envers”. during the 37th Prix Gémeaux, when he interrupted host Véronique Cloutier. He admitted to Stephen Biro that he wanted to settle scores with Guy A. Lepage and Louis Morissette, and he later explained to him personally. In 2021, he had “a turmoil in his heart” against two men following comments they made about him in “Everybody’s Talking About It.”
Mr. During his conversation with the bureau he said he was doing well, although he admitted to dragging with the fatigue that had lingered for a year.
“I have to take care of myself, I have to take care of myself. I need to take a “break,” he said, noting that he was soon to be married to Emily Begin. On Monday, the QMI agency could not confirm whether the ceremony actually took place.Medicago
The 46-year-old artist, who appeared in the 1985 film “Le matou,” was a spokesperson for Hyundai Canada for nearly 13 years. When the automaker severed business ties with him at the end of September last year, Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge explained that he had done his research and was awaiting approval for Medicaco’s Quebec vaccine against COVID-19 made from plants.
“I’m learning about vaccines […] What is Medicago? Cow! This is a Quebec vaccine. It speaks to me a little more than others and will be available in the fall,” the actor said in a Facebook post.
Medicaco’s vaccine was finally given the green light by Health Canada on February 24, but was later rejected by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Quebec Committee on Immunization (CIQ), which instead recommended the use of messenger RNA vaccines last April.
On September 23, 2021, “La Presse” revealed that Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge had not been vaccinated, so he would no longer be able to produce episodes of the final season of the daily “District 31”. The comedian and host filed a $1.85 million lawsuit against the Daily last January.
Other Quebec stars spokespeople for automobile brands:
Dan Bigras – Dodge (voice for Ram)
Melissa Desormeaux-Poulin – Kia
Pier-Luc Funk – Volkswagen
Karine Vanasse – NissanMariloup Wolfe – Chevrolet
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