Help BBB choose a perfect scam-fighting mascot by voting on Facebook | Events
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is adopting an adorable mascot, and they are asking for the public’s help. They need people to vote on their BBB Facebook page for the perfect mascot.
Voters will be able to choose between four dogs and three cats, currently strutting their stuff in a photo album at www.facebook.com/soazbbb. Make sure to check out the biography for each pet to help decide which would make the perfect mascot.
BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust, so BBB’s mascot must not only be cute, it must be able to help BBB continue to foster an ethical marketplace in Southern Arizona- as well as be a courageous scam fighter!
Among the would-be mascots to choose from there is a rat-hunting Yorkshire Terrier, a cat named Yogi that specializes in “covert operations,” and a Jack Russell Terrier/Dachshund/Chihauhua mix from Alaska that claims to be a “pure bred mama’s boy.”
BBB feels that all the competitors would make fine mascots, but sadly there can only be one. To vote, visit BBB’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/soazbbb, click on the mascot photo album, and simply ‘like’ the photo of the most preferred mascot.
Check out the page soon, as voting runs from now until noon on December 31. The winner will be announced on BBB’s Facebook page on Jan. 2.
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