Cheetos Brand Commissions Presidential Portraits to Determine America’s Next “Big Cheese”
Chester Cheetah Asks Americans to Cast Their Vote for their Favorite Presidential Portrait Made Entirely of Cheetos Snacks
PLANO, Texas, Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Chester Cheetah, the iconic spokescat for the most playful snack in the world and a leading brand from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division, unveiled a new electoral polling model with the unveiling of 3 feet by 4 feet one-of-a-kind Cheetos portraits of the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees – President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney.
Debuting on Facebook today, the portraits – made entirely of more than 2,000 individual Cheetos cheese snacks – will serve as a leading indicator regarding which “big cheese” the country will elect this fall. For two weeks, fans can vote in Chester’s sure-fire electoral poll for their favorite cheesy portrait – or candidate – for a chance to win these official portraits commemorating each political party’s head cheese.
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Two-Thirds of Americans Think Obama Is Better Suited to Handle an Alien Invasion Than Romney
National Geographic Channel Measures the Pulse of America in National Survey on UFOs and Alien Existence as New Series CHASING UFOs Premieres Friday, June 29, at 9 & 10 p.m. ET/PT
WASHINGTON, June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — According to a new U.S. extraterrestrial survey from National Geographic Channel (NGC), more than 80 million Americans are certain that UFOs exist. In fact, many believe in tangible proof that aliens have landed on Earth and think that government officials are involved in covering up paranormal activities. Moreover, most citizens would not mind a minor alien invasion, because they expect these space-age visitors to be friendly—like the lovable character depicted in Steven Spielberg’s popular film “E.T.”
Survey results also reveal that more than one-third (36%) of Americans believe UFOs exist. More than one in 10 (11%) are confident that they have spotted a UFO, and one in five (20%) know someone who claims to have seen one.
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