Industry News | November 3, 2008

Tap into Post-Election Business

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Sticky Fingers RibHouse is making its own campaign promise this Election Day: a coupon for a free barbecue appetizer in exchange for every campaign sign turned in Wed., Nov. 5 through Nov. 12. Sticky Fingers will recycle all paper signs that are turned in at their restaurants.

"Just think of those leftover campaign signs as giant roadside gift certificates for free food at our restaurants," says Sticky Fingers CEO Jim Balis. "It’s an easy way to help the environment, clean up our neighborhoods and provide a little economic relief to our loyal customers."

People who bring in a campaign sign to Sticky Fingers will receive a coupon for a free barbecue appetizer up to $7.99 with purchase of any entrée, one coupon per person.