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PETA Prime: Viva Las Veggies!

Written by PETA | October 23, 2009

If you find yourself in fabulous Las Vegas this weekend and want to win big, be sure to roll by table number 459 at the Sands Expo Center.

There you’ll find PETA Prime at the “Vegas@50+” conference, organized by American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Our booth features the many reasons to be “Veg@50+,” including the following:

  • We’ll have three $50 Whole Foods gift certificates that we’ll give away to eligible participants in our “Pledge to Be Veg” contest.
  • We’ll be snapping photos of visitors with our gorgeous Lettuce Ladies and Chris P. Carrot to post on PETA Prime.
  • Free goodies! We’ll have Primal Vegan Jerky, PETA pens, and comic books for kids.
  • Oh, and PETA Prime blogger Lisa Towell, the picture of vegan vitality, will be there to discuss how her cruelty-free lifestyle keeps her fit, healthy, and happy.
PETA Prime at AARP

 

Whether you’re a baby boomer or part of Generation Y, the odds for healthier living are in your favor when you go vegan. It’s a winning gamble!

Written by Karin Bennett

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  • Toby says:

    Whole Foods Market has done some good things regarding nonhuman animal welfare but because the CEO has spoken against the U.S. public health insurance option which he and Rush Limbaugh call Obamacare I won’t shop there. Around 45000 people are dying annually in the U.S. for lack of healthcare while Libertarian and former religiousscholar John Mackey is more concerned with the ‘sanctity’ of healthcare monopoly profits.

  • Brien Comerford says:

    Vegas is a good place for PETA to organize. A huge population but not enough vegetarians there. PETA will enlighten and convert many of its openminded citizens.

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