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Today is Lay's Cappuccino Potato Chip Day in Las Vegas

Chad Scott, Las Vegas native who is one of four finalists in the Lay’s 2014 “Do Us A Flavor” contest, will be at Fremont Street Experience to celebrate the $1 Million prize opportunity and to receive an official Proclamation from Nevada State Assemblywoman Lucy Flores. This day will also mark July 29, 2014 as “Lay’s Cappuccino Potato Chip Day in Las Vegas, NV. Chad will be at the event with the other four finalists for interviews and photo opportunities.

Las Vegas, NV native Chad Scott received a proclamation from Nevada State Assemblywoman Lucy Flores declaring today, July 29, 2014 “Lay’s Cappuccino Potato Chip Day in Las Vegas, NV”.
Do Us A Flavor

The other three final flavors are Lay’s Cheddar Bacon Mac & Cheese by Matt Allen of Troy, OH, Lay’s Kettle Cooked Wasabi Ginger by Meneko Spigner McBeth of Deptford, NJ and Lay’s Wavy Mango Salsa by Julia Stanley-Metz of Sacramento, CA. This week through Oct 18 people will have a chance to vote each day for their favorite finalist flavor at or also by social networks like Twitter, Instagram, Vine or Texting (BaconMac, Cappuccino, Mango or Wasabi) to 24477.

Do Us A Flavor has a very interactive and user friendly website that features news from fans from all networks and parts of the country. Users can simply tell them where they found the finalist flavors using hashtag #FoundFlavor included with their city and state for a chance to be featured on the site. The ceremony kicks off in moments, so let’s welcome today, Lay’s Cappuccino Potato Chip Day in Las Vegas, NV.

Lay’s started in 1932 by C.E. Doolin who was inspired to manufacture corn chips when he first purchased a recipe for FRITOS, not realizing that he would become owner of the nation’s most popular snack and still America’s favorite potato chip. To date Frito-Lay employs over 45,000 people throughout the United States and Canada so it is more than an honor to have one of the Flavor winners right here at home. For more information on Frito-Lay visit