Friday, February 02, 2007

Taco Bell sent a letter to KFed after hearing his comments about having his kids work at Taco Bell to understand the real meaning of a job and that he was involved in a Superbowl commericial for Nationwide Insurance in which he was a fast food worker. Apparently they think he's an authority on fast food and that people will always relate to the KFed, especially when making purchasing decisions regarding fast food.

Greg Creed President Taco Bell Corp. 17901 Von Karman Irvine, CA 92614

January 31, 2007
Mr. Kevin Federline
c/o Marilyn Lopez
FYI Public Relations
New York, NY 10023

Dear Mr. Federline,
First off, congratulations on your upcoming Super Bowl ad. We heard it's generating a lot of talk, particularly about working in the fast food industry.

We know you respect those who work in our business. In fact, last year you said in an interview, "My kids are going to have to learn what a real job is, what life is. You don't have it easy with me. Period. My kids are going to work at Taco Bell."

We're flattered, but obviously they're too young to work for us. So here's our offer to you: Come work for us, just for a one hour shift. We'll get you a uniform, a custom name tag and show you what a great place Taco Bell is to work. We'll even reward customers who visit that restaurant with an order of our new Carne Asada Steak Grilled Taquitos for free.

We encourage you to continue to "Think Outside the Bun" and hope you accept our tasty offer.

Greg Creed
Taco Bell Corp.

Oooohh, a letter from the president of Taco Bell? I wonder if he sent a chalupa too? And why is KFed the one getting promotional offers? Isn't Britney the one who was supposed to be liberated from that marriage and embark on a new chapter in her life to make an amazing comeback? Er, not that I'm following her career in tears. I don't know, I just think it's weird that KFed is the working man and Britney going from gas station to gas station, using their bathrooms and buying Doritos while she "works on her album."

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