RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- Guests at Elevation Burger in Rye Brook and Yonkers could win free burgers for a year by participating in the Beefeater vs. Vegetarian debate.
Elevation Burger, the largest organic burger chain in the country, will give customers who come in through May 31 to have the option of selecting one of two cups: “I’m a Beefie” or “I’m a Veggie,” according to a press release. Guests can then visit Elevation Burger’s Facebook page to upload a photo of themselves with their cup of choice, as well as to register to win free burgers for a year.
"Elevation Burger locations across the country will take to the polls by reporting on the campaign in real-time," representatives said in the release. By visiting ElevationBurger.com, beefeaters and vegetarians everywhere will be able to see who’s leading in the polls both by individual store, as well as companywide."
Guests can voice their opinions by taking to social media and participating in the photo contest or downloading a cover photo.
“We know firsthand that many of our guests are passionate in their support and love for either our beef burger or our veggie burgers,” said Hans Hess, founder and chief executive officer of Elevation Burger. “We think Cup Wars is a great way to give our guests a voice in this important debate and we look forward to seeing which ‘candidate’ comes out on top. Plus, who wouldn’t love the chance to win free burgers for a year?”
Elevation Burger Rye Brook is at 176 South Ridge St. in Rye Brook. Elevation Burger Yonkers is at 228 Market St. in Yonkers.
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