Eagan Warns Little Caesars To Stop Using Employees As Signs
You might think wearing a T-shirt advertising for a pizza chain and waving to passing cars would be a good way to drum up business. That's what a franchisee thought when it hired two young men with Autism to be the store's outdoor ambassadors. But the city has warned the store to stop the practice, Bill Hudson reports (2:11). March 21, 2013 – 10 P.M. Newscast.
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