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Kirby: Mormons need new, improved ad campaign



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Mormons aren’t just educated, hardworking people with regular lives. We can also be blackjack dealers, tattoo artists, Coca-Cola executives, sword swallowers, camel racers, emo/goth/skaters, winemakers and even hemp growers.

"Hello, I’m Monica. I’m a psychic, a palm reader and an astrologer with 27 cats. I’m also a Mormon Sagittarius."

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"Hey ho. Kermit The Frog here. …"

I’m kidding. Kermit’s a Unitarian. But the LDS Church needs a new and improved TV ad campaign, something that speaks to those of you (and us) who are really just like us. Or not.

"Hi, I’m Kirby. I’m happily married, a grandfather, an explosives enthusiast and a rude newspaper columnist. Oh, and last time I checked, I’m also a Mormon."

Robert Kirby can be reached at rkirby@sltrib.com or facebook.com/stillnotpatbagley.




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