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Hyundai reacts to the whole saga concerning its spokesperson Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge

Le website of Energy 94,3FM reports that Jennifer McCarthy, National PR Director of Hyundai Canada, commented on the Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge saga to Noovo Info. We know Guillaume is a spokesperson for the Korean automotive giant and yesterday he made the headlines with the article by Press. We can read in this statement: " As a company, Hyundai Canada places great importance on the safety of its employees, customers and partners with whom we work. Over the past 18 months, this commitment has been to follow public health advice in all aspects of the business, including at our dealerships, our supply chain and our head office, and this from physical distancing contact follow-up, including vaccination. We disagree with the comments attributed to Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge as reported in La Presse and contacted him directly to clarify his position. ».

Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge reacted yesterday following this whole saga:

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