Sock Dogma

Mand, Adrienne
June 2000
Brandweek;06/05/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 23, iQ p28
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Sock Puppet, a fictitious character from Pets.com. Experiences of Sock Puppet before achieving celebrity status; Views on being a role model; Media appearances of Sock Puppet; Revenue growth of Pets.com since his creation.


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