How an internet hoax led to the Pringles mascot getting his name – Things You Might Not Know

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Launched regionally in 1968 and expanding nationally by 1975, Pringles are a potato-based snack that are enjoyed by millions. However, prior to 2006, their iconic mascot did not have an official name. Today on Things You Might Not Know, we'll talk about how an internet hoax led to the Pringles mascot getting his name. ——————— Written and hosted by ThinkSoJoE (https://www.thinksojoe.com​​)
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