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MTV Gets Veganized With New Compassion Over Killing Ads!!

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MTV viewers are about to get a serious dose of VEG action delivered straight to their living rooms! 

Our friends over at Vegan.com just posted this exciting news from Compassion Over Killing member Erica Meier:

“Our 2009 MTV Pro-Veg Ad campaign launches tonight: viewers around the country will see, perhaps for their first time, a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the cruel world of factory farming—and they’ll be further directed to visit our website TryVeg.com for more information.

The ads will run nationwide for five straight weeks, offering viewers a 30-second behind-the-scenes tour inside the world of factory farming and encouraging them to think about exactly what they’re eating.

So tune in already and check out Compassion Over Killing’s new fancy pants ads! To learn more about this hard-working organization, visit COK.net!

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