Smashburger, the nation’s fastest-growing better-burger restaurant, operating 10 stores throughout northern New Jersey under Mascott Corporation, announced that in addition to free Smashburgers for life to U.S. women’s swimmer and multi-world record holder, Rebecca Soni, the company will award free Smashburgers until the 2016 Games to eight additional medalists.
In addition, in recognition of their smashing performances, all other New Jersey athletes who participated in the London Olympic will receive free Smashburgers for one calendar year.
Each New Jersey athlete will receive one free Smashburger, SmashChicken, or salad, with Smashfries (or side of their choice), and a soft drink per week, free of charge, for their outstanding efforts and sportsmanship throughout the games.
“We are proud of our New Jersey athletes as they gave it their all and represented the Garden State on the world’s largest stage,” says Scott Gillman, CEO of Mascott Corporation. “In recognition of their efforts, we are happy to award each of them with free Smashburgers for a job well done.”
This offer is valid for redemption at Smashburger’s 10 store locations throughout northern New Jersey for the athletes listed below (alphabetized by town):
Free Smashburgers for the next four years for medaling:
· Tobin Heath (Basking Ridge) – Gold Medalist - Women’s Soccer
· Matt Emmons (Brown Mills) – Bronze Medalist – Shooting
· Carli Lloyd (Delran) – Gold Medalist – Women’s Soccer
· Heather O’Reilly (East Brunswick) – Gold Medalist – Women’s Soccer
· Cullen Jones (Irvington) – Gold Medalist – Men’s Swimming
· Asjha Jones (Piscataway) – Gold Medalist – Women’s Basketball
· Christie Rampone (Point Pleasant) – Gold Medalist – Women’s Soccer
· Jordan Burroughs (Sicklerville) – Gold Medalist – Men’s Wrestling
Free Smashburgers for one year for their hard work and dedication to their respective sports:
· Dagmara Wozniak (Avenel) – Fencing
· Rachel Dawson (Berlin) – Field Hockey
· Michelle Vittese (Cherry Hill) – Field Hockey
· Steve Kasprzyk (Cinnaminson) – Rowing
· Christina McHale (Englewood Cliffs) – Tennis
· Connor Jaeger (Fair Haven) – Men’s Swimming
· Steven Gluckstein (Highlands) – Men’s Gymnastics
· Julie Culley (Lebanon) – Track and Field
· Jeff Porter (Somerset) – Track and Field
· Maya Lawrence (Teaneck) – Fencing
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