RE: Papa Murphy's Pizza commercial depicting pizza being delivered to
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Message from Randy Itsforlife1@...
Yesterday I sat in horror as I watched a Papa Murphy's Pizza commercial. New
commercial shows a pizza guy delivering boxes of pizza to prisoners.
COME ON PEOPLE, Since when do our loved ones get pizza delivered to them,
and since when can the pizza delivery person walk through a prison?
The links below are feedback and comment links, please send your comments as
I did to Papa Murphy's and explain to them that prisoners don't get
delivered pizza in prison, another way to stupe the public into thinking
they have this privilege as well as the other myths the public has about the
perks our loved
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I am very disappointed in a commercial that I saw from you last
night. A delivery boy brings a pizza to a prison, to state it simply.
In California there are 160,000 inmates. Do you know how many citizens that
affects? And your commercial offends each and every one of them. The
commercial shows the inmates in a light that is not true, feeding into the
worlds view of them. Also, no one is allowed to bring things into the prison
like that. You depict things incorrectly. I am very disappointed with your
advertising team for not taking into consideration their audience before
allowing such a commercial. I have a loved one in prison and seeing this
commercial not only made me feel bad for the inmate, but hoped to God my
loved one did not see it and hurt his feelings but also the Mom's, Dad's,
daughter's and other loved one's of inmates.
"Christina McGarey" <prisonersofdavis@...
I just saw your new commercial and was disturbed that you are promoting an
age old and very erroneous view of America's 3 million hungry prisoners, a
terribly incorrect concept that I work hard to dispel. Commercials like
these set much needed social reform back dozens of years. A Papa Murphy's
pizza will never cross my table until your adverting department rethinks
their role in sending false images to a susceptible public. Kay Lee