Sleep Aid Defends Billboard Featuring U.S. Soldier With a Muslim Wife

'There are couples like this'

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Political statement? Plea for tolerance? Maybe in part, but this recently posted Los Angeles billboard featuring a U.S. soldier and a Muslim woman embracing is mostly just an ad for a sleep aid. 

With limited copy beyond the hashtag #betogether, the ad's message is obviously left open to interpretation. But the primary meaning meaning is that SnoreStop—a company that sells anti-snoring oral and nasal sprays and tablets—keeps couples together.

The brand's website features testimonials from a variety of demographics; homosexual couples, heterosexual couples and interracial couples alike applaud SnoreStop.

The company admits it was trying to get people's attention but denies that it is making U.S.



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