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As I write this, a prank video for Pepsi starring Jeff Gordon and a Chevrolet Camaro is approaching 31 million views on Youtube, two weeks after being posted. It doesn’t matter the whole thing was staged with actors, or that Jeff Gordon was replaced by a stunt driver. The scenario alone struck social media gold.
And a few ashes from his pipe wouldn't do the vinyl any good either.
Mike Fuller, co-owner of the Waha Bar and Grill, said Thursday he and his wife, Mari, weren't seeking publicity and attention when they explained at the bottom of their menu why they don't sell Miller-Coors and Pepsico products. "But we've been inundated the last couple days," Mike Fuller said about fallout from the posting."We are Christians who do not believe in supporting the goals and the politicians who support the goals of the NGLCC," the menu reads in part. NGLCC stands for the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce headquartered in Washington, D.C. Laura Barry, spokeswoman for the NCLCC … sent the following email response: "The NGLCC is proud of our more than 130 corporate partners, including PepsiCo, MillerCoors, and their industry colleagues, who remain committed to supporting LGBT and allied small business owners. Our corporate partners are essential to the economic development of LGBT-owned small businesses so those employers can continue to create jobs and provide health care for their employees"/David Johnson, Lewiston Tribune. More here. (Steve Hanks Lewiston Tribune photo).
Question: Am I the only one who thinks it's odd that these religious individuals are operating a bar?