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A- to D-list Celebs Campaign to “Flex My Fuel”

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Jason Biggs hangs out with Brazilian swimsuit models.

Matt Damon dresses up like a gas pump.

Josh Jackson threatens to break a baby’s arm.

Sarah Silverman writes a poem to save the world.

This is all part of the Center for American Progress Action Fund‘s week-long flex fuel campaign, Clean My Ride. They want the House of Representatives to increase mpg standards, something that hasn’t been done for 32 years. They also want the government to require that a certain portion of gas stations offer e85, saying that for the 4.4 million FlexFuel vehicles on the road today, only 1,000 stations exist (most of them in the Midwest).

Two celeb packed episode’s of Project Phin are posted below. A couple more episodes are still due out, in which I expect to see a couple more celebrity faces. The celebrities are playing themselves, which I always enjoy. What I want to know is how this campaign got so many big names to sign up!

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