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Img_bannerlunch The Chesapeake Club's homeowner-oriented "Save The Crabs. Then Eat 'Em." ad campaign has got to be one of the most creative we've seen in a long time. An initiative of the Chesapeake Bay Program, these delectable radio, tv, print, and billboard ads are making their way to Hampton Roads and Richmond after a two-year run in Washington, D.C.

If you haven't seen them yet, or don't want to wait, check them out at

Check out their list of crab-friendly lawn and landscaping services, too.

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