CONTACT: ( available to interview )
Ivy Supersonic, +1-212-780-3329, or ivsupersonic@earthlink.net
Web site: www.scrat.com
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
The Protest Continues

LOS ANGLES, March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The creator of The Sqrat (Fox spelling Scrat) IVY SUPERSONIC is continuing to show her innovative spirit in her relentless pursuit for Justice. In addition to the permanent tattooing of her body with 17 relevant tattoos, she has taken the battle to the air, flying 100 foot banners of herself, naked of course, since Fox "stole" the shirt off her back, over Fox headquarters in LA, Vivendi Universal, and last month over the red carpet at the Grammys.

The ad campaign "Fox Stole Ivy's Scrat" has been on posters, post cards, Valpak, taxi cabs, MTV and Comedy Central TV Commercials. Google advertising, trucks and airplanes, have driven over a million hits to her website, www.Scrat.com, all in an attempt to bring awareness to her campaign against fox and to the multi-million dollar lawsuit that is pending against Fox for their infringement on Ivy's original character the Sqrat...Additional ads are running in the Hollywood Reporter stating "They stole the shirt off my back ...Where is the Justice?"

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You can expect to see more aggressive tactics including the plane and banner flying over the Academy Awards Red Carpet ( Oscars ) on March 5 as well as over Fox Headquarters in Los Angeles for the entire month of March or until Fox pays restitution to Ivy for the theft of her trademarked and licensed cartoon character Sqrat.