"Is there a picture of this Frank The American Buffalo?"
No, I heard that Frank walked out over an issue with feed.
Once he saw the executive dining room they just couldn't keep him out of line.
And the buffalo chips started to become a problem -- Maggie ruined a new pair of shoes and really drilled him a new one. He's a lot more sensitive than he looks.
I also hear they are trying out new critters -- word is a parrot who says, "FTR Broadband is Fast" is in the lead -- the customer reps are trying out a recording of the parrot for customers on hold. Frank can't talk and won't go on paper. No contest.
Furthermore, again from wikipedia, a more recent study, in 2009, found that at a conservative estimate, at least 51% of global greenhouse gas emissions were attributable to the life cycle and supply chain of livestock products, meaning all meat, dairy, and by-products, and their transportation. Many efforts are underway to reduce livestock methane production and trap the gas to use as energy."
I think FTR is on to something here with this buffalo/cow thing relative to their natural gas business. Consider how this may fit in. " Cattle belch methane accounts for 16% of the world's annual methane emissions to the atmosphere." Methane=Nat gas . Hmmmm.
How about Porky the Pig as spokesperson, I heard pigs are pretty smart & can be potty trained.
The only problem with having Porky is that he may convey an image whereby you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear as to increasing shareholder value. As Porky would say "that's all folks!"