In 1833, shopkeeper Marcus Samuel decided to expand his London business. He sold antiques but now added oriental shells. He aimed to capitalise on a fashion for using them in interior design. His instinct was right - such was the demand that Samuel quickly began importing shells from the Far East, laying the foundations for his import/export business. This soon led Marcus Samuel and his brother to investigate in the exportation of oils from Russian producers. In1880, they began setting up deals with these producers. This laid the foundation for the Shell gas and oil company that we have come to recognize.
Shell stations in the Greater Toronto Area are celebrating their fresh brews by giving out free coffee on National Coffee Day. They're proudly pouring their regular and Costa Premium coffees for customers at no charge on Thursday, September 29th, 2016. #NationalCoffeeDay
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