SEATTLE Just weeks after three barnacle-encrusted billboards were pulled from the bottom of Puget Sound, restaurant operator Ivarâ€™s Inc. is honoring the promotions spelled out on those possibly decades-old advertisements. The mystery surrounding the billboards, and whether they were ordered sunk 54 years ago by the companyâ€™s prankster founder for the benefit of Elliott Bay submarine commuters who never materialized, remains to be solved, according to company officials. Those ...
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