National Burger Chain Is Showing Teacher Appreciation With Free Burger

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National burger chain is showing teacher appreciation with free burger. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews is celebrating the end of the school year Tuesday by offering teachers and school administrator a free burger.

They offer free Tavern Double Burger with bottomless steak fries when they show a valid school Tuesday. Counselors, retired teachers, school bus drivers and other education professionals also are eligible for the June 5 deal.

No purchase is necessary and the freebie is available for dine in and takeout orders at participating locations. The Colorado based company, which has more than 550 locations in 43 states, has five with bottomless fries on its menu for $6.99.

Red Robin knows very well that he is welcoming all educators to our restaurants on June 5 to show our appreciation for all the hard work they put in throughout the school year,” said Dana Benfield, the company’s senior vice president and chief marketing officer.

There are more ways to save at Red Robin with its Robin Royalty loyalty rewards program, which offers exclusive offers throughout the year for teachers and non teachers.

Text TEACHER and an email address to 98666 or join at www.redrobin.com/royalty. And to get special educator offers in the future, make sure to check a box on the sign up form indicating you’re a teacher.

Red Robin is running a gift card promotion through June 30. When you buy a $25 gift card at participating locations and online, get $5 bonus bucks to redeem July 1 through Aug. 31.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theo O'Farrell

Theo O’Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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About the Author: Theo O'Farrell

Theo O'Farrell was born and raised in Summerside. As a journalist Theo has contributed to CBC News Blog, The Calgary Herald and Buzz Feed. In regards to academics, Theo earned his sociology degree from Queens. Theor covers local news and culture stories here at Island Daily Tribune.

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