& # 39; Marvelous Ms. Maisel & # 39; The Campaign Jams Up Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A citywide campaign in Los Angeles for a popular Amazon TV series caused havoc as drivers lined up for hours to raise money for gasoline prices from the 1950s.

Amazon partnered with nearly 30 companies to roll back awards Thursday in honor of the show "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," set in the 50s, as part of an Emmy Awards campaign.

Police had to put down a 30-cents-per-gallon campaign at a Chevron gas station in Santa Monica after eager customers who lined up caused delays in traffic on the nearby westbound Santa Monica freeway for hours.

A motorist took to Twitter to complain, saying it would have been a better idea “if we had the same number of cars on the road as in the 50's. "

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