Longboarding TikTok User Gives Signed Ocean Spray Bottle To Idaho Museum
Written by Huffingtonpost on January 29, 2021
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man who rode to fame on TikTok after casually singing “Desires” by Fleetwood Mac and consuming cranberry juice whereas longboarding could have a logo of his success on show on the Museum of Idaho.
Nathan Apodaca, also referred to as Doggface, signed a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice for the museum throughout an occasion on Tuesday, the Publish-Register reported. In alternate, Apodaca and his household acquired membership playing cards to the museum.
Tom Hayes, the CEO of Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc., says the bottle will now be on show and grow to be the most recent entry within the museum’s archives.
“We consider museums as being filled with previous issues, however historical past is what occurred even a second in the past, and we’re actually attempting to rejoice the latest previous of our group,” museum curator Carrie Anderson Athay stated.
Since posting the viral video on social media 4 months in the past, Apodaca was requested to document a video for President Joe Biden’s digital “Parade Throughout America” on Inauguration Day and noticed the town of Idaho Falls formally declare a “Nathan Apodaca Day” final week.
“I’ve been coming to this museum since I used to be a child. Coming in with my youngsters and seeing one thing that has my signature on it, it’s so mind-blowing,” he stated.
A second signed bottle of cranberry juice is scheduled to be auctioned off as a fundraiser for the museum’s packages, officers stated.
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