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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

If you saw Saturday Night Live on Saturday...

Turns out a Blue Ash company was featured in this Obama cartoon...




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local Blue Ash Company Featured In Saturday Night Live Animated Sketch

Pet Stop/Perimeter Technologies, Inc. part of Barack Obama comedy satire

BLUE ASH, OH (March 5, 2008) – The Reverend Al Sharpton found out this past weekend just how effective Pet Stop/Perimeter Technologies Inc. containment systems really are.

At least that was the case during the most recent broadcast of Saturday Night Live.

In an animated sketch and spoof called “The Obama Files,” the Illinois Senator and presidential candidate was cast as doing everything in his power to distance himself from Reverends Sharpton and Jesse Jackson as they tried unsuccessfully to join the Obama campaign.

At one point Sharpton’s wish of becoming part of the campaign is finally granted with one condition: That he becomes fit with an “honorary collar” to show that he is a “special member” of the team.

That collar was a “Pet Stop” collar which ultimately kept him at an intentionally safe distance from Obama.“What’s Pet Stop?” Sharpton is heard saying as he is fit with the collar.

Pet Stop is one of the largest pet containment companies in the country. It is owned by Perimeter Technologies Inc., a developer and manufacturer whose corporate headquarters are in Cincinnati, Ohio with manufacturing facilities in Morgantown, Pa.

The company has 185 dealers across the United States and Canada. Perimeter Technologies is dedicated to developing and patenting products that are safer by design.Additional information about Pet Stop can be found at www.petstop.com.


3 Comments:

at 6:33 PM, March 04, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it's quite a stretch to say it was "featured" in this cartoon... seems kind of desperate for attention to Cincy to claim that.

 
at 7:15 PM, March 04, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought the skit was hilarious.
However,I doubt the folks at National Action Network,home of Al Sharpton, did.

 
at 10:12 AM, March 06, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad that there are others on this planet that actually see these characters as they really are in true life. The charades these figures play everyday are insulting to the intelligence of normal people everywhere, except the media and some of their following obviously!.

 
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