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Energetic 3-Year-Old Could Appear in His Very Own Ad
For Immediate Release:February 20, 2013
Contact:David Perle 202-483-7382
Westland, Mich. -- Westland resident Dylan Seror may
just win the national title of Cutest Vegan Kid—that is, if he can
triumph over his four fellow male finalists in the contest sponsored by PETA
Kids. The 3-year-old beat out scores of contestants from across the U.S.
for a spot in the finals, and now it's up to visitors to PETAKids.com
to help PETA Kids select the winners, who will be announced on February 27.
Voting ends on February 22. The two winners (one male and one female) will each
receive a PETA Kids prize pack and appear in a PETA Kids ad. Because of the
fast-growing number of vegans nationwide, this is the first year that the
contest has been open only to vegan children.
"Dylan is living proof that you're never too young to
help make a difference for the billions of animals who are cruelly raised for
food every year," says PETA Youth Marketing Manager Emily Rodriguez.
"And because healthier vegan kids, such as Dylan, are generally happier
kids, that makes them cuter, too."
Dylan always asks to read ingredient labels and then checks
with his parents to make sure that the food he's about to eat is vegan, and he
can't believe that other kids and adults eat things that come from animals. In
his words, "That is gross!" If his parents say, "chicken
nuggets," he corrects them so that they say, "vegan chicken
nuggets," to make sure that everyone knows that they didn't come from
chickens. Healthy and active, Dylan loves to play hockey and enjoys his own
rock-climbing wall. Outside of sports, he also enjoys Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles and superheroes.
PETA Kids will select winners based on several factors,
including vote count. See the full contest details here.
For more information and to vote in the contest, please
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