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Move Over, Mudflap Girl

Written by PETA | August 12, 2010

We all know the mudflap girl, but there’s a new silhouette in town.


A pothole ad to prevent potbellies
Pothole Ad


Approximately 150 miles of road in Boulder County, Colorado are crumbling and if the county accepts our ad offer PETA’s vegan vixen is ready to do more than turn truckers’ heads. Sometimes we all need a reminder to use seatbelts, wear helmets, and watch for pedestrians in crosswalks—and this ad sends a message that’s just as important: Your life may depend on what you eat—certainly the lives of animals do. So how about pulling over and picking up some lip-smacking vegan cuisine?

Written by Karin Bennett

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  • Ashleigh says:

    I live in Longmont Boulder county and I would LOVE to see these I would have so much fun arguing with people over them. Boulder is a pretty veg friendly town.. I hope this gets accepted!

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    I know a lot of bikers and truckers who would pay more attention to that if it could be put on mudflaps or made into a patch that could be added to a denim biker cut also known as a vest or a denim jacket.

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