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One of These Siblings Could Appear in His Very Own Ad
For Immediate Release:February 20, 2013
Contact:David Perle 202-483-7382
Mountain View, Calif. -- PETA has inadvertently set the stage
for some sibling rivalry. That's because either Mountain View resident Cade or
his little brother Jett may just win the national title of Cutest
Vegan Kid—that is, if either can triumph over his four fellow male
finalists in the contest sponsored by PETA Kids. The 8-year-old and
3-year-old, respectively, beat out scores of contestants from across the U.S.
for a spot in the finals, and now it's up to visitors to PETAKids.com
to help PETA Kids select the winners, who will be announced on February 27.
Voting ends on February 22. The two winners (one male and one female) will each
receive a PETA Kids prize pack and appear in a PETA Kids ad. Because of the
fast-growing number of vegans nationwide, this is the first year that the
contest has been open only to vegan children.
"Cade and Jett are living proof that you're never too
young to help make a difference for the billions of animals who are cruelly
raised for food every year," says PETA Youth Marketing Manager Emily
Rodriguez. "And because healthier vegan kids are generally happier kids,
that makes them cuter, too."
Cade went vegan five years ago at age 3 and has been an
inspiration to Jett, who was raised vegan. Cade is already something of an
expert on nutrition and encourages his friends at school to eat healthier and
consider where their food comes from. He enjoys drawing and playing the piano.
Jett—who goes bananas over his veggies—is a major LEGO buff,
and he's quite the budding artist. Even at the tender age of 3, he's an old
hand at PETA Kids competitions: He was a finalist in the 2011 Cutest Vegetarian
PETA Kids will select winners based on several factors,
including vote count. See the full contest details here.
For more information and to vote in the contest, please
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