Old Navy Mascot Contest FRAUD
Catherine at Poverty Barn reports on the scandal of the Old Navy Mascot Contest:
Ok, so Old Navy had this bogus mascot contest where you can enter your dog. Right, so I entered Liam with this picture. He is a neighborhood favorite, after all!
They held four fake casting calls where one of the judges even had the nerve to ask several questions about him, take his picture with her handheld and say that she wanted him. WHATEVER!
So, he is not selected -- I can live with that part, but then I get this email to vote for one of the six semifinalists. Ok, again not so bad. But, then I click over and the dogs that they "claim to have selected" are the same ones that ran in the ads for the contest!
The contest is/was BOGUS! Boycott Old Navy and their crappy clothes.
I wish I could boycott wearing Old Navy in protest of this fraud perpetrated on the American public, but I'd say a good 90% of my clothes are from there. But Liam is so much cuter than the other dogs - sickening injustice. You can mess with people, but you ought not mess with their adorable innocent pets. That's when things get dangerous.
Here's the real question though: Does German shepherd-collie, Sandi, from Bartlett, IL know the contest was rigged? How about you, border collie Josie of Mesa, AZ?