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Pizza Promotion Backfires

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When John McCain stopped campaigning in Michigan, a pizzeria owner made customers an offer: free pizza to people who brought in McCain signs. Diana Franzoni apologizes, saying she didn't know people would steal yard signs for free food. McCain is still campaigning in Florida. That includes Key West, scene of a giant costume parade. One of the hottest-selling masks is of Sarah Palin.

STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. Diana Franzoni says she just wanted to clean up. When John McCain stopped campaigning in Michigan her restaurant made an offer - free pizza to people who brought in John McCain signs. She is now apologizing saying she didn't know people would steal yard signs for free food. McCain is still campaigning in Florida and that includes Key West, scene of a giant costume parade. One of the hottest-selling masks is of Sarah Palin. It's Morning Edition.

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