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Although her WWII pin-up girl cookie mascots look nothing like the tubby Pillsbury Dough Boy, Tami Cromar found herself embroiled in a trademark dispute with the Dough Boy-mascot owner General Mills.
Patrick Penguin and the Pillsbury Dough Boy brought joy to children, gave away gifts and provided reassurance that someone cares for the well being of the children.
Iconic brand ambassador the Pillsbury Dough Boy was still around, backing the Jus-Rol brand and helping to boost sales of ready-made frozen pastry.
These attractive kitchen accessories, emblazoned with the wellknown and much loved Pillsbury Dough Boy will be a welcome addition to any busy kitchen.
Someday, he says, he'll be reading e-mails about the Pillsbury Dough Boy and Haagen-Dazs ice-cream bars like the many he regularly receives and peruses about General Mills' brands.
K beat out icons that have been around longer, including Tony the Tiger, Pillsbury Dough Boy, Energizer Bunny, and was only beaten by the Budweiser Frogs/Lizards.
ST0010 The Pillsbury Dough Boy may be a little chunky, but he's no dope.
Peanut, the Pillsbury Dough Boy, the Kool-Aid Man, and Colonel Sanders, on the Advertising Walk of Fame, located in New York City on Madison Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets.