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Reading Cases Unit 3 Quiz 2

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You are reading a case called Leonardo v. Pepsico. In that case, a beverage company ran an advertisement in which it jokingly offered a fighter jet to customers who acquired a certain number of “points” by drinking its products. Plaintiff tried to claim the fighter jet. The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the beverage company, holding that the advertisement was only a joke and not an offer to provide a fighter jet. The court explained that there was no contract requiring the company to provide the jet, nor was the fighter jet a reward that plaintiff could claim.

Answer the following questions please.