Mayor Considers PETA’s Counter to KFC’s Pothole Proposal
We’ve been busy countering KFC’s offers to fill potholes in various cities across the country with our own proposal to pay double to fill them ourselves. We’re excited to announce that at least one mayor is seriously considering our offer.
Mayor Michael O’Brien of Warren, Ohio, is currently thinking about allowing us to fix his city’s potholes, but he wants to run it by KFC before making a final decision. Hmm, is he trying to start a bidding war?
As a nonprofit, we might not be able compete with dollars against a money-hungry company that can’t even spare a few cents out of each bucket of chicken bits that it sells to improve conditions for the very animals it profits from. That’s why we’ve offered to “sweeten the pot,” so to speak, with a free vegetarian meal for the road crew—on any day that Mayor O’Brien chooses.
If he agrees to this, the mayor won’t just be doing right by 1 billion chickens; he’ll show that he’s invested in the health of his city’s employees and the well-being of his city’s environment. I can’t think of a better ending to “Meat’s Not Green” Week than that.
Written by Shawna Flavell
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