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Letter: Chevy ad shows well-paid babysitter when others struggling

Published February 25, 2014 1:01 am
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When so many adults are struggling to make a living wage and are fighting to raise the minimum wage, Chevy runs a Chevy Tahoe commercial in which an adolescent asks for $60 for an evening of babysitting.

Does anyone else find this in poor taste?

Lori Chidester

Salt Lake City




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