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Dallas freelancer Poppy Sundeen has certainly had her share of colorful characters on her list of clients.
She has long worked with Dallas restaurateur Gene Street, well known for his off-key radio jingling for the Good Eats chain he founded. And last year, she employed the long-running characters of “Tuna, Texas” for a series of humorous El Chico television ads.
Now, she has added another interesting sponsor to the mix.

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