TED NUGENT Stars In BURKER KING's Voter Participation Campaign

October 18, 2004

Ted Nugent is among the musicians that are starring in Burger King's campaign to promote voter participation among young Americans. Nugent, along with Snoop Dogg, P.Diddy, Michelle Branch, will be featured in fifteen- and thirty-second spots on several major network and cable channels through the election on Nov. 2.

Burger King said the ads are not specifically designed to be public service announcements, but some cable networks are providing free airtime, anyway.

"All of the spots are unbiased and devoid of political commentary," Burger King said.

Paul Hunter directed some of the ads, according to the South Florida Business Journal. The music video director, like the artists, donated his time.

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