New York City, Sep 17, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - What: Things are different this year, but the award-winning burger joint Black Tap is still going big this National Cheeseburger Day by offering customers a chance to get free burgers and Heinz ketchup for a year! After giving away thousands of free burgers last year, Black Tap is continuing the celebration with a special prize wheel. On September 18, customers can visit Black Tap's National Cheeseburger Day website, select their location, and take a virtual spin, and redeem their prize. The spinner will include five potential prizes including $2 off any order, Free Soft Drink, Free Fries, BOGO All-American Burger, and one free All-American Burger. All participants will be entered to win the Grand Prize of Free Burgers for a Year* and a custom Heinz Ketchup swag bag featuring a case of ketchup and other must-have goodies from the world's most iconic ketchup brand. Black Tap will select a Grand Prize winner for each participating location.
Where: Black Tap Singles & Doubles in New York, NY; Black Tap Anaheim in Anaheim, CA; Black Tap Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV
When: National Cheeseburger Day, Friday, September 18, 2020
Who: Black Tap is the new take on a classic burger joint with a downtown New York vibe all its own. The menu offers something for everyone from signature burgers, chicken sandwiches, burger salads, wings, and snacks and sides. Black Tap's famous CrazyShake® milkshakes have reached worldwide acclaim with their whimsical and over-the-top flavors. Since opening its first 15-seat location in NYC's Soho neighborhood, Black Tap has expanded to the West Coast with locations in Las Vegas and Anaheim at the Downtown Disney District® at Disneyland Resort, and internationally to Dubai, Geneva, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, and Bahrain.
*Grand Prize offer includes two complimentary burgers per month for through September 2021 and a case of Heinz Ketchup and a Heinz swag bag.
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Source :Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer
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