Nearly Naked Maggie Q Fights the Drought With PETA Billboard

For Immediate Release:
July 22, 2015

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Los Angeles – An Earth-friendly message is hitting Los Angeles from the top of PETA’s Bob Barker Building, where a larger-than-life billboard featuring Divergent and Stalker star Maggie Q draws attention to meat consumption’s contribution to climate change and California’s historic drought:

And in honor of the campaign, for a limited time, PETA will give out free vegan Tofutti ice cream sandwiches to anyone who comes to see the billboard at 2154 Sunset Blvd.

“There are so many issues tied to the meat industry. I mean, social, environmental, humanitarian—all of them,” Maggie Q says in an exclusive interview with PETA about choosing meat-free meals. “I know that when I’m eating that I’m not hurting the planet, I’m not hurting other people on this planet, I’m not hurting animals, … and I’m not hurting nature.”

More information about Maggie Q’s campaign for PETA—whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat”—is available here.

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