School bans Voodoo Doughnut presenter after Career Day language

School bans Voodoo Doughnut presenter after Career Day language

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School bans Voodoo Doughnut presenter after Career Day language

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by Evan Sernoffsky, kgw.com staff

NWCN.com

Posted on April 26, 2013 at 2:56 PM

PORTLAND – A presenter from Voodoo Doughnuts will not be invited back to Career Day at Molalla River Middle School after officials said he used “inappropriate language” to a group of 30 students Friday.

Voodoo Doughnuts confirmed that one of its employees spoke at Career Day but did so without notifying the company. The employee admits he talked to a number of students and at one point spoke about a well-known Voodoo doughnut in the shape of male genitalia. He said he did not use any other vulgar language.

The school district released a statement to parents Friday that said a supervising teacher immediately stopped the presenter and told him and students that the language was unacceptable.

Voodoo said the employee is sorry and upset over what happened, and the company said it does not condone graphic language to middle school students.

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