INGLEWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Promise to save water, and have a free doughnut.

That’s the message the Metropolitan Water District will be sending Tuesday when it transforms the iconic giant doughnut atop Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood into a red knob – the symbol of the agency’s “Take A Turn” advertising campaign, urging people to turn off their hoses and water spouts to battle the state’s drought.

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MWD officials said Tuesday’s transformation will be only the second time in the shop’s 62-year history the giant doughnut has been covered. The first time was last year, when it was turned into a giant Los Angeles Kings hockey puck.

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The mark the beginning of the large-scale advertising effort, a free doughnut will be given to anyone who visits the bakery between 7 and 9 a.m. and pledges to save water.

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