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Diners Can Score 68-Cent Burgers at George Webb Restaurants

Oct. 7, 2011

George Webb Restaurants are cooking up a special offer to celebrate The Brew Crew’s sizzling season. The restaurant chain announced today that delicious George Webb burgers will be only sixty-eight cents from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. starting Tuesday, October 11th through Sunday, October 16th. There is no limit on the number of burgers diners can order, dine-in or carryout.

 

The sixty-eight cents special keeps alive a winning streak of George Webb promotions supporting the home team. George Webb’s six burgers for $5, when the Brew Crew scores five or more runs in one game, has been a fan favorite and will continue throughout the playoffs. And who can forget the annual George Webb prediction that the team will win 12 straight games during the season? “The team has given everyone reason to celebrate this year,” Ryan Stamm, George Webb Vice President and General Manager states. “The 68 cent burger promotion is our way to salute the team and celebrate with all the fans.”

 

Brew Crew specials are available at all George Webb Restaurants in Wisconsin.

George Webb Restaurants are open 24 hours a day.

 

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Ryan Stamm

Vice President, General Manager

262-970-0084

rstamm@georgewebb.com

 

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