At Gray Duck Soap we like to think of ourselves as trend setters. On the cutting edge. Driving the bandwagon. Now it seems a restaurant and a baseball team are joining us--and all other true Minnesotans--to stand up for the kids’ game as Duck, Duck, Gray Duck; not Duck, Duck, Goose. To fight for what’s right, the St. Paul Saints baseball team is renaming themselves the St. Paul Duck, Duck, Gray Ducks for their Aug. 19 game. The Cleburne Railroaders will change their name for the night to the Cleburne Duck, Duck Goose. They will battle it out to see who is right: Gray Duck or Goose. And after the game get a bite at Gray Duck Tavern a new restaurant...
The rubber ducky is now a token choice in Hasbro’s classic game Monopoly. That’s right, after 82 years of brothers and sisters fighting over who got stuck with the thimble, boot or wheelbarrow, these tokens are gone, replaced by T-Rex, a penguin, and the rubber ducky. (Don’t worry, Mom, Hasbro felt your cold glare all the way from our kitchen table when a kid suggested you take the iron and retired that token years ago.)
In honor of the rubber ducky, Gray Duck Soap is hard at work making rubber ducky soaps for the upcoming market season. Stay connected for their grand unveiling in late spring.
For more on Monopoly rubber ducky token developments, see CNN’s breaking news story: http://money.cnn.com/2017/03/17/technology/monopoly-classic-game-tokens/index.html
You voted with your soap purchases and elected Hillary Clinton’s Clean Laundry Scented Soap as winner of The Duck Stops Here election soap contest. So even if Secretary Clinton is not headed to the White House, her soap won the popular vote.
It's the midpoint of The Duck Stops Here election soap campaign. Customers have been "voting" all summer for their favorite candidate with their soap purchases. We can report the Bernie's Sandalwood is leading with 47% of the vote. Hillary Clinton has 35% of the vote, Donald Trump is trailing with 17% of the vote, and Gary Johnson isn't doing so well so far. But anything could happen between now and November, right? Check out our upcoming schedule and get out and vote!