The Foster Imposters Try to Make the Grade at the L.A. Marathon
LOS ANGELES, May 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's Los Angeles Marathon had two surprise entries, the Foster Imposter chickens, the infamous and hugely-plumped characters from the Foster Farms television commercials. They took to the race course in an attempt to pass themselves off as fresh, natural and never "plumped" Foster Farms chickens, but only made it two blocks. Foster Farms entered the duo as part of its "Say No To Plumping" campaign to raise awareness of a little-known food fact: "plumped" or saltwater-injected chicken that costs consumers their health and money. The Imposters and a group of 20 adorned in "plumped" Foster Imposter gear, informed, entertained and distributed "Say No To Plumping" information to race finishers and spectators at the post-marathon Finish Line Festival. The event was the Imposters' second stop on Foster Farms' "Say No To Plumping" world tour. More information about the cause is available at www.Saynotoplumping.com.
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