To congratulate Google on rolling out Android 2.2 Froyo updates the past week or so, frozen yogurt franchise, TCBY (The Country's Best Yogurt) sent a special message to the Mountain View, CA folks. The message reads, "We Think the NEW Android 2.2 Fro-yo Upgrade is SWEET!", and is written in sod planted next to the Googleplex (the nickname for Google's headquarters). Here's a sample of the press release: Feeding thousands of employees at Google’s corporate campus was a nice idea, but TCBY wasn’t sure if it could get 600 gallons of its amazingly popular fro-yo past security without a meltdown. Knowing Google has an appetite for green initiatives including clean energy and carbon footprint reduction, TCBY thought of a better idea, a fresher, greener idea. TCBY chose instead to plant (metaphorically speaking) 300 palettes of sod in the 20-plus acreage or nearly 450,000 square feet adjacent to the Googleplex and leave a congratulatory message that reads, “TCBY Frozen Yogurt…We Think the New Android 2.2 Fro-Yo Upgrade is Sweet!” An aerial of the before and after stunt was captured, of course, on Google Earth. It is interesting to note that the release says "metaphorically speaking" in regards to the palettes of sod planted, and there is some speculation of the image from Google Earth being Photoshopped. The only way to confirm is to drive down to Mountain View and take a look at Google's lawn. (from Android Guys) http://www.examiner.com/google-android-in-san-francisco/tcby-gives-android-some-froyo-love
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TCBY gives android some froyo love