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Posted: 09/24/2013 1:32 PM | Comments: 0
Have you ever wondered why "cheap" isn’t on the Welcome to Winnipeg sign?
It should be. It's what we're known for.
As Winnipeg’s self-proclaimed biggest cheapskate, Jeremy Bradley has been cutting costs and looking for creative ways to save money.
And maybe some of his methods are a little sneaky, too. Whatever saves him money, he says.
Bradley, a syndicated radio host and entertainment reporter, is author of The Official Guide to Being a Winnipeg Cheapskate. He's offering Winnipeg Free Press readers a discount on the book; enter the code WFP on his website to receive 30 per cent off.
Bradley's video columns appear every two weeks in the Free Press Business section.
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