Synthetic Lucky Break Wishbones allow everyone -- even vegans -- to participate in the traditional holiday fun of breaking the turkey wishbone in a friendly tug-of-war. The winner, determined by who is left with the larger portion of broken bone, supposedly gets his or her wish.
The plastic wishbones are made in the USA by Lucky Break Wishbones, a Seattle Company founded by Ken Ahroni. Annual revenues from the synthetic wishbone sales are in the high six figures and when Sears tried to get in on the profits, Ahroni successfully defended his rights to exclusivity by winning a lawsuit.
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