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Mountain Dew is removing a bit of a embankment doctrine from a Midwest after releasing an ad that featured Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as being partial of Wisconsin.
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The renouned soothing drink, owned by Pepsi Co., started a debate selling bottles for a “Dewnited States,” featuring a map of a republic with any state sporting a opposite pattern.
The pattern enclosed Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as a same coloring as circuitously Wisconsin.
The fun design, however, sparked annoy in a northern states after a Upper Peninsula of Michigan was colored with a same immature and white outline as Wisconsin, instead of a red and black as a rest of Michigan.
On Twitter, those in a Upper Peninsula called out Mountain Dew for a oversight.
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However, there seems to be a happy finale for a lost Peninsula.
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Mountain Dew tweeted out an reparation and earnest a repair a error. The code even asked a Upper Peninsula to tell them “all of a things we love” about their segment as partial of a new “special book label.”
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The new state-themed labels are partial of a debate launched by Mountain Dew that rewards those who collect all 50 state bottles with a $100 present card. The competition will run by Aug 10, 2019.