Jeep Got Ducked

“It all started in July, 2020 in Canada. Allison Parliament, a woman who lives in Orillia, Ontario, Canada but also works in Alabama, and sports Alabama plates on her car, had just returned to her Canadian home, quarantined for the two prescribed two weeks, and had just had a negative test for COVID.

She went out in public and was approached by a stranger who physically attacked her. The man cursed her and told her she was not welcome in Canada. Whereas Canada had a relatively low-level bout with the pandemic, many Canadians were skeptical of seeing Americans coming into the country and possibly spreading the disease.

But Parliament didn’t get angry. Instead, she wanted to do something that was fun and would bring smiles to people, especially in such a tough year. So… she and her friends bought a little yellow rubber duck, and placed it on a Jeep they saw parked nearby… and waited. The Jeep’s owner liked it and considered it funny. “

Read the full story here: https://www.autobodynews.com/index.php/on-the-lighter-side/item/21664-on-the-lighter-side-duck-duck-jeep-a-new-phenomenon.html?start=0

Visit Allison Parliament’s official sites for Duck Duck Jeep at Facebook or online. I actually had the pleasure of talking with Ms. Parliament and she was so excited about her idea spreading. The Duck Duck Jeep group is a non-profit organization that raffles items to raise funds for teachers!!!! We love this little thing and want to spread the smiles and have partnered up with Duck Duck Jeep to be a sponsor. Call us for more information. Got a Jeep, come by and get ducked!

National Rubber Duck Day is January 13th!!