Aromatic Billboard Attracts N.C. Motorists
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Yogi Berra once said if you see a fork in the road take it. He may not have been referring to the fork now visible on a North Carolina highway. The fork is on a billboard, holding a piece of grilled meat. This is no ordinary billboard. It blows the scent of charcoal and black pepper toward passing cars. A local grocery store set it up, hoping to ambush drivers with what you could call a highway steak out.
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