Danger: Avoid Death sign wins the Wacky Label Award

Last Revised on December 20, 2007

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Kevin Soave’s small tractor carries the sign that says “Danger: Avoid Death.” It won the 11th annual Wacky Warning Label Contest. He is a native of of Farmington Hills, a Detroit suburb. The prize money is worth $500.

Honorable mention of the contest went to Cyndi LaMonde of Traverse City for a label on a letter opener that says: “Caution: Safety goggles recommended.”

The $250 second place was given to Carrianne, Jacob and Robby Turin of Greensburg, Pa., for a label they found on an iron-on T-shirt transfer that warns: “Do not iron while wearing shirt.”

Richard Goodnow of Lancaster, Massachusetts, earned third-place of $250 for a label “Do not put child in bag” on a baby stroller. Contest organizer Bob Dorigo Jones says the silly labels reflect how broken America’s civil justice system is. The contest is sponsored by Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch.

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