Royale Coupons For Canada – Save On Facial Tissue, Tiger, and Velour

Royale Coupons For Canada – Save On Facial Tissue, Tiger, and Velour

Royale Coupons For Canada   Save On Facial Tissue, Tiger, and VelourRoyale Coupon for Facial Tissue found on this hidden Smartsource portal

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Save $1.00 off your next purchase of any Royale Facial Tissues Product

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Royale Coupons For Canada   Save On Facial Tissue, Tiger, and Velour

 

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Save $1.00 off any Royale Tiger Towels Product

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The Mascot of Royale is the Rag Doll Kitten! So Fluffy Soft and Cute.

About & History:

This brand has been in market since 50 years, and it’s considered the only consumer household paper brand from Canada. ROYALE features a great line of products including paper towels, facial tissue, bathroom tissue and napkins. The company’s most popular product is ROYALE Kittens. This sub brand is known for its high quality and it has played an important “roll” in the brand’s image. The whole ROYALE Family of products is manufactured by Irving Tissue, a famous Canadian company specializing in quality tissue products.

Irving Tissue was founded in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1988, after the acquisition of a tissue paper mill from Kimberly-Clark by J.D. Irving. The company’s founder started making tissue for a new subsidiary that was based in Moncton, N.B. and was to marketed under Majesta.

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