23 May 2016

Question Marks Raised Over TripeDog16 Contest

The future of the Tripe Marketing Board's annual internet-based TripeDog competition is 'under review' following a study by the University of Wigan which suggests it has had 'negligible impact' on sales of tripe.

The contest, which has drawn hundreds of canine entries over the last three years and which has seen fierce competition from contenders from all across the UK, was the brainchild of Lady Cheryl Wrassle, wife of TMB chairman Sir Norman Wrassle.

Speaking earlier today, Sir Norman told a meeting of UK tripe representatives that he would personally examine the report. "It would be a shame if we had to ditch the contest simply because it wasn't impacting on tripe sales," he said.

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