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Hunter Pence isn't a bread salesman anymore

Hunter Pence isn't a bread salesman anymore

 

Hunter Pence used to be a Phillie, but ingrained himself into Philadelphia culture with his brief time as an advocate for Liscio's Bakery. His massive advertising campaign with the company featured revolutionary CG images that wowed regional audiences.

Obviously, Pence's time as a Phillie are over, as he made quite a name for himself with the Giants. With that fame, however, his food advocacy passion was tabbed again, but this time, with the farm friendly, health conscious Bay Area demographic as the target.

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He's ditched Liscio's rolls. RT @AlexPavlovic: Early leader for Photo of the Spring: Hunter Pence, of course. pic.twitter.com/wlfaCJFFN4

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