Every morning around 9:40, Martha Quinn, Christie, and Karena tell you '3 Things You Need To Know' before 10am. Here's what the ladies mentioned today:
Canadian Music Hall of Fame group, LOVERBOY, celebrates the 40th anniversary of their 5x Platinum-certified, self-titled album Loverboy this year. To commemorate this sonic work of art, the group releases a special limited-edition vinyl of the legendary rock classic via Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc. Loverboy the album is available for purchase now CLICK HERE!
Martha Quinn found this really awesome turntable at Target. Check it out!!
USPS is Hiring for the Holidays. They are hosting a FREE Virtual Job Fair.
Get back to work just in time to earn money for the holidays. Join our holiday team and provide a vital, essential service to your community. The United States Postal Service is offering a free Virtual Job Fair on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17th at 3 p.m., to tell you about their holiday jobs and show you how to apply. For more information CLICK HERE!
According to The Transportation Department, a new ruling has decided that only dogs can fly as service animals.
Up until this point, passengers have been able to provide a note from a healthcare professional stating they needed their pet(s) for emotional support.
Several airlines stated that some passengers were abusing the option and bringing various animals on board including a peacock, cats, turtles, pot-bellied pigs, etc.
Under the new rule, passengers that want to travel with emotional support animals will be required to pay a pet fee and check them in cargo.
The passengers that have a verified service dog will be required to submit the documentation 48 hours prior to the flight.
A service animal is identified as "a dog trained to help a person with a physical or psychiatric disability".