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Extreme couponer Chad Mallory, 16, in his "stockpile" room on Wednesday in Barberton. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
Chad Mallory, 16, talks about his extreme couponing talents with his his mother Tammy Mallory on Wednesday in Barberton. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
Cash register receipts from purchases made by extreme couponere Chad Mallory. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
Chad Mallory with Yawilda Valdez, a recipient of one of his care packages in the Dominican Republic. Chad brought 50 care packages with him on a church mission trip this summer. All of the items were free from Chad's couponing. (Photo courtesy of Chad Mallory)
Chad Mallory and his mom, Tammy, hold a nearly 10 foot long receipt from Giant Eagle. Chad bought 214 items for $7.87 using his extreme couponing skills. (Betty Lin-Fisher/Akron Beacon Journal)
DETROIT: America’s love of trucks and SUVs helped push most automakers to healthy sales gains last month as Honda and Nissan reported best-ever April sales. Ford posted record SUV sales, while Toyota broke a record for SUV and truck sales.