It's All in the Name: Red Robin Gives Free #NameThatChicken Burger to Anyone Who Shares Name with Santa
From Saint Nicholas to Kris Kringle, the character embodiment of the holiday season is a man of many monikers, much like Red Robin's #NameThatChicken Burger, which has received thousands of name submissions from guests as part of the #NameThatChicken contest.
In honour of the (yet to be officially named) burger, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin) celebrates the season of giving and invites all guests who share a derivative of Santa's names (first name) - Christopher, Christine, Nicole and Nicholas - to enjoy a FREE #NameThatChicken Burger served with Bottomless Steak Fries on Thursday, December 10 at restaurants in Alberta and British Columbia.
"The holiday season is a time for having fun, and we're always looking for new ways to surprise our guests," said Denny Marie Post, President of RRGB Restaurants of Canada, Inc. "Our new #NameThatChicken Burger has received so many creative name submissions and guests who have tried it, LOVE it. So, we were inspired to share in the name game fun by treating some of our guests to a free chance to try this delicious new item in our Finest Burger line-up."
The #NameThatChicken contest kicked off on October 27 and calls on guests to help Red Robin name its new Finest Chicken Burger for a chance to win free burgers for a year for two. The first chicken offering on Red Robin's Finest premium burger line is an all-natural seven ounce, fire-grilled chicken breast over arugula, covered with gouda cheese, peppered bacon and oven-roasted tomato aioli on an artisan telera bun.
Guests hungry for a free #NameThatChicken Burger will need to verify their "Santa status" with photo identification at the time of purchase. All derivatives (first name) of Christopher, Christine, Nicole and Nicholas will be accepted.
For more information on Red Robin, or to sign up for the Red Robin eClub™ program and receive offers throughout the year, visit www.redrobincanada.com.
SOURCE Red Robin Restaurants of Canada Ltd.
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