Bumper Sticker


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Bumper Sticker

In marketing, a small poster with adhesive on one side. Bumper stickers are usually affixed to a vehicle. They are commonly used to display political messages, though they may be used for business, humor, or any other purpose.
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So we thought wouldn't it be fun to look at humorous, satirical, and well-recognized bumper stickers and parody them with various foods that we offer in our Souplantation restaurants.
Needless to say, the new bumper sticker went on the car.
Campaign staffers working on the re-election team for Texas Congressman Steve Stockman released the bumper sticker that read, "If babies had guns they wouldn't be aborted.
I saw a bumper sticker the other day that said, "WHAT IF THEY'RE RIGHT?
What does the bumper sticker imply about the man's opinion of that cause?
Hugh Owens responded to the celebration by running his own advertisement in the StarPhoenix for the sale of a bumper sticker.
When Dave and Mary Labun of Millinocket, Maine, received an "Abortion Stops a Beating Heart" bumper sticker in the mail from a pro-life group, they weren't sure they wanted to put it on their car.
Heading west on Chad Drive, the first bumper sticker I see says, "How's my driving?
His involvement in the Crash 69 committee lobby group included a billboard and bumper sticker campaign featuring mock license plates that read "4-LANE 69.
Grace knows she is getting near the end of her quest when she spots an old bumper sticker in the garage of a lovely older woman, a bumper sticker that says "Grace Happens.
In other bumper sticker news, unspecified discipline has been given to the Denver police sergeant who threatened to arrest a woman earlier this year for refusing to remove a "F--Bush" bumper sticker from her truck.