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Free To Choose Our Meals

September 25, 2010 01:00 ET Debuts Television Commercial to Stop the San Francisco Kids' Meal Toy Ban

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - September 25, 2010) - will debut its television commercial funded by Bob Cutler, CEO of Creative Consumer Concepts (C3), this weekend. The commercial was developed to educate parents and consumers about the San Francisco Toy Ban and urges them to call elected officials and request that they vote no in committee Monday, September 27, 2010.

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Cutler, who is the CEO of one of the largest, kid-smart, brand marketing agencies to the restaurant industry, said he wants this issue stopped prior to the vote Monday. "This toy ban legislation is not respectable, nor is it even worth a vote, which is why we created the commercial and are fundraising to air it across the country. These elected officials including Supervisor Eric Mar need to realize that the majority of parents do not support this bill. The fiscal impact has yet to be fully reviewed. The consequence to restaurant owners, who are required to participate if this passes, is that they may want to rethink opening future restaurants or conducting business in San Francisco when elected officials such as Mar are in office," said Cutler.

The commercial reviews the negative news media attention that the San Francisco Toy Ban has generated nationwide for elected officials. It also includes the online polling results from the August 2010 San Francisco Chronicle poll, which revealed that 65 percent of voters opposed the ban. San Francisco Board of Supervisors members, Eric Mar and David Campos and the president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, David Chiu are targeted in the ad for sponsoring such legislation. is for anyone who wants to choose what they eat! Twitter: @ChooseMeals for more information about what you can do to protect consumer choice. is a place for discussion regarding the childhood obesity battle, why we need solutions and why we don't need more issues about what we choose to eat.

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